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3OH!3 at Emo Night

Hear 3OH!3 at Pittsburgh Emo Night

3OH!3 is a two-piece electronic/dance band from Boulder, CO who is probably most well-known for their 2008 single, “DONTTRUSTME,” which peaked at #7 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The band and song have become synonymous with the mid-00’s “crunkcore” trend. Future collaborations with Katy Perry and Kesha solidified the duo’s success.

3OH!3 History

3OH!3 is a two-piece artist consisting of Sean Foreman and Nathaniel Motte – both originally from Boulder, CO. The two started the band in 2004. The name comes from the telephone area code in the Boulder and Denver, CO areas (303).

The band’s debut album – a self-titled full length released on Photo Finish records (a division of Atlantic Records). The album had minor success with the single, “Electroshock.”

3OH!3 released their second (and most successful) album, “Want,” on July 8, 2008. Lead single, “DONTTRUSTME” has become a staple at Emo Night. The band released original songs for MTV’s “The Real World: Cancun” as well as an anthem for their hometown Major League Baseball team, the Colorado Rockies.

“Streets of Gold” was released on June 29, 2010. The first single – featuring Kesha – “My First Kiss” has over 96 million streams on Spotify.

After numerous delays, the band released their fourth full-length, “Omens” on June 14, 2013.

The band signed to Fueled by Ramen in 2016 and released their fifth album, “Night Sports” on May 13, 2016.

“Need” – the band’s sixth album – was released on August 27, 2021.

3OH!3 Tour History

After successful appearances at the Fox Theater and Warped Tour dates locally, the band was signed to play the entire 2008 Vans Warped Tour – which they repeated the following year.

3OH!3 supported All Time Low, Boys Like Girls, Third Eye Blind, and LMFAO on the 2010 Bamboozle Roadshow tour.

The Too Fast For Love tour – a two month co-headlining tour with Cobra Starship. I Fight Dragons appeared as support.

The band toured in support of “Streets of Gold” with Hellogoodbye and Down with Webster in 2010.

The duo appeared on the 2017 Warped Rewind at Sea – a cruise that also featured Warped Tour/emo/pop punk icons including Simple Plan and Good Charlotte.

3OH!3 appeared on the entire final run of the Vans Warped Tour in 2018.

The band threw a hometown show on March 3, 2020 called 3OH!3 Day. The event featured appearances from Breathe Carolina, VYNYL, and Lil Jon and was one of the final events to take place at the Mission Ballroom in Denver, CO.

3OH!3 Collaborations

3OH!3 has collaborated with major recording artists spanning many genres. “My First Kiss” features additional vocals from pop artist Kesha. “Starstrukk” featuring Katy Perry was a top 10 radio hit in Australia and Europe.

The band was featured on Atlanta rap icon Lil Jon’s track, “Hey,” from the 2010 album, “Crunk Rock.” Kesha featured the duo on her track, “Blah Blah Blah,” which reached #7 on the Billboard singes chart.

3OH!3 worked with Blues Traveller on their 2015 album, “Blow Up the Moon.”

On the 2017 Warped Rewind at Sea Cruise, the band collaborated with over 50 artists to co-write the song, “Sauce Daddy.”

In November of 2020 the band released a single called, “Lonely Machines” with electro pop duo 100 Gets.

3OH!3 Trivia

3OH!3 was sued by retired professional wrestler Diamond Dallas Page over the use of a trademarked hand gesture. The wrestler had previously sued hip-hop icon and business mogul Jay-Z. Both suits were settled for undisclosed terms.

The band has appeared on numerous television programs including:

  • MTVU Spring Break
  • MTV Video Music Awards
  • Mars Needs Moms (A Disney Animated Film)
  • Hellcats (A CW teen drama)
  • The Tonight Show with Jay Leno
  • American Idol
  • Silent Library
  • Family Feud

3OH!3 songs at Emo Night Pittsburgh

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3OH!3 concerts in Pittsburgh

We are working to build a historical database of 3OH!3 concerts in Pittsburgh. In time, this will be a complete history of the band’s performances in the Pittsburgh area.

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