Big Night

Album: B.T.R. (2010)
Charted: 79
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Songfacts®:

  • Big Time Rush was an American pop/rock quartet created by the TV network Nickelodeon. The band consisted of four real-life best friends: Kendall Schmidt, James Maslow, Carlos Pena Jr. and Logan Henderson.
  • This song was produced by S*A*M and Sluggo, who are an American record production and songwriting team comprising Sam Hollander and Dave "Sluggo" Katz. Based in Manhattan, the duo have become known for their emo-pop work, producing Metro Station's international hit "Shake It", and working with The Academy Is..., We the Kings, and Coheed and Cambria. Their other credits include songs by Katy Perry and Gym Class Heroes. S*A*M and Sluggo also helmed B.T.R.'s opening track, "Till I Forget About You."
  • The song's music video features the band's favorite moments from their fall 2010 tour.

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