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The long haul begins this week with the debut of their respective first official singles on the digital charts. According to preliminary figures provided by Nielsen Sound Scan, De Wyze's cover of U2's "Beautiful Day" will come in at #10 on the Current Digital Tracks chart, selling just over 95,000 copies, which is 25 percent less than last year's champ, Kris Allen, sold with his almost universally panned coronation song, "No Boundaries." With final Sound Scan numbers due later today, Nielsen Entertainment Vice President Chris Muratore told USA Today that De Wyze and Bowersox are trending much lower than Allen and season-eight runner-up Adam Lambert.
"It's about half the sales total of Kris Allen and Adam Lambert following the finale last year," Muratore said of the season-nine pair's combined download total of around 400,000.
Those who have seen De Wyze live will know that studio versions are like the same priceless antiques but with a fresh coat of paint.
In smaller venues, when it’s just De Wyze and his guitar, or a minimalist band backing him, attendees get to hear all the rasp and tenor of his voice at its peak, like some wild animal being let out of a cage that’s too small for it.
He then enrolled in Forest View Alternative School for his high school studies but didn't graduate. Before being part of American Idol, De Wyze used to work as a paint salesman.Those advertisers use tracking technologies to collect information about your activity on our sites and applications and across the Internet and your other apps and devices.You always have the choice to experience our sites without personalized advertising based on your web browsing activity by visiting the DAA’s Consumer Choice page, the NAI's website, and/or the EU online choices page, from each of your browsers or devices.De Wyze is on tour on the east coast from now until the end of February with more dates to come. A lighthearted film package recounting highlights from the Cowell years was shown, and comedian Dane Cook came on stage to sing Simon Says, made up of the Brit's barbed comments, and to crack a few jokes.