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    German dance music legend ATB returns to the USA for jaunt through America’s west. The tour, with stops in Denver, Costa Mesa, Salt Lake City, Seattle and Houston, comes on the heels of ATB’s sizzling new remix of VisionV’s “Lonely’.

    Legend of the modern day, main floor trance scene, ATB. brings his signature heavyweight sound to “Lonely;’ shapeshifting the impact of the original into a new ferocious display of club ready firepower. Utilizing the soft, emotive, exquisiteness of Phea’s vocals to create an extra impactful drop that wipes away all emotion into a venomous force of stomp ready, four to the floor party music, ATB is a genius at knowing exactly how to get a party started and this remix offers just that. 

    ATB had his big breakthrough moment with his hit single “9pm (Till I Come)” in 1998. The track took the German producer and DJ to the top of the UK singles charts becoming the first dance song to reach number 1 in the UK. But that’s not all: ATB’s debut single also peaked in several top 10 charts worldwide, including the US Billboard charts, and opened the door for dance music on mainstream radio. His creative spirit continued to flourish with an impressive series of hits including “Don’t Stop”, “Ecstasy”, “Let U Go”, “What About Us”, “Move On” and “When It Ends It Starts Again”. 

    A total of 10 studio albums and over 55 gold and platinum awards in numerous countries underline the German’s status. On top, ATB has been non-stop in the renowned DJ Mag Top 100 ranking for almost two decades now.

    Highs and Lows is available now on Astralwerks Records

    ATB USA Tour Dates 

    November 10 – Denver, CO – Temple

    November 11 – Costa Mesa, CA – Time

    November 16 – Salt Lake City, UT – Sky 

    November 17 – Seattle, WA – ORA

    November 18 – Houston, TX – Stereo Live 

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    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: ATB returns to North America this Fall 

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