A Great Big World Struggle with MS on 'Won't Stop Running'A doctor told singer Chad King that if he didn't take his MS medication, he'd be paralyzed. He was wrong. Here's the story.
Photos: Acoustic Cafe With A Great Big WorldCheck out photos from the Acoustic Cafe with A Great Big World, courtesy of Brian Ambrose Photography!
A Great Big World Is Coming To The Acoustic CafeA Great Big World is coming to 96.5 TIC's Acoustic Cafe for an exclusive performance this January!
Five Fun Facts About Rachel PlattenShe's friends with some other 96.5 TIC artists and attended college in Hartford! Learn more about All Star Christmas artist Rachel Platten!
Watch A Great Big World Get Colorful in Their 'Hold Each Other' VideoThe single comes off their second album "Won't Stop Running" which drops November 13th.
Watch A Great Big World Fall in Love, Long Distance in 'Already Home'Get on that straight-back piano and grab a box of Kleenex, because there's a brand new video out from A Great Big World for their song "Already Home". Following their surprise hit with Christina Aguilera, "Say Something," the guys are ready to tug at your heart strings again. This time they've got a little help from Gossip Girl's Jessica Szohr and Glee's Darren Criss.
Kanye West Playing Seth Meyers' First Week at 'Late Night'While Jimmy Fallon will kick off his first week hosting 'The Tonight Show' with a pretty stellar lineup of musical guests, Seth Meyers just managed to one-up him.
A Great Big World Fulfill Their Rock Star Dreams with 'I Really Want It' Videoin their latest video for "I Really Want It" they give us taste of what their newfound success is like.
New Music to Know: A Great Big World 'Say Something' With Help from Christina AguileraWith one fateful phone call from Aguilera, the duo of Ian Axel and Chad Vaccarino have entered the big time and earned a top charting hit with 'Say Something.'
Watch A Great Big World's 'Say Something' Video Featuring Christina AguileraA track written when both Axel and Vaccarino were going through heartbreak, the stripped-down video showcases this hurt. Vignettes of couples at various life stages only add to the emotion on the Christopher Sims-directed clip.