The house lights go off and the stage lights come on. A moment later, Charlie Puth walks out of the darkness and into a spotlight. The crowd noise crescendos from a low hum to a deafening roar. The singer, songwriting, and producer shyly waves to the crowd and then sits down at his piano. A Charlie Puth concert has begun.
Charlie Puth will now delight audiences with rousing rendition of his most popular songs like “Marvin Gaye,” “Suffer,” “One Call Away,” and “Some Type of Love.” Puth’s voice holds up nicely in a live venue. He has a commanding presence and knows how to perform.
Puth is also charming and engaging. Between-song banter can range from talking about how much he loves his family to the inspiration behind the songs he writes.
If you have Charlie Puth tickets make sure you take care of your voice. It’s not uncommon for fans to sing along to all of his songs.
What Genre Is Charlie Puth?
Where Did Charlie Puth Get His Start?
Like many singers of his age, Charlie Puth got his start on the internet. He started his own YouTube channel in 2009. He won a popular online video competition in 2011. Later that year, Puth performed on the The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
All this helped Puth sign a contract with a record label in 2015. Soon after signing, he released his debut single, “Marvin Gaye.” The track features guest vocals from the aforementioned Trainor.
Puth’s debut studio album, Nine Track Mind, dropped in January of 2016. The opus peaked at #6 on the Billboard 200.
Is Charlie Puth British?
Charlie Puth is not British.
He was born Dec. 2, 1991 in Rumson, New Jersey. From the seventh grade onward, he received formal music training. He graduated from the Berklee College of Music in 2013.