The Plain White T's toured England with Hellogoodbye in January of 2007.
Tom Higgenson enjoys calling people on his cell phone and listening to his iPod.
If the Plain White T's could tour with any band dead or alive, they would choose The Beatles, Bruce Springsteen, The Strokes, Fall Out Boy, and Michael Jackson.
De'Mar Hamilton's favorite cultural city is Chicago.
The Plain White T's song, "Our Time Now," is the theme song to the hit TV show Greek.
The Plain White T's performed their song, "Our Time Now" on the show iCarly.
In the summer of 1999, Tom Higgenson was in a car crash that gave him a ruptured kidney and a lacerated lung.
They have released their song Hey There Delilah as a single twice. Once in 2006 and once in 2007.
The Plain White T's are under the label of Hollywood Records.
The Plain White T's won a mtvU Woodie Award for best emerging artist in 2006.
The Plain White T's favorite place to perform is New York City.
Tom Higgenson was born on February 22, 1979. Dave Tirio was born on October 28, 1979.
The Plain White T's played four weeks on the Vans Warped Tour in the summer of 2007.
The Plain White T's first studio album Come on Over was released in 2000.
The Plain White T's made an appearance in the third episode of the first season of ABC Family's Greek, performing Hey There Delilah and Our Time Now.
Possibly the band's biggest hit, Hey There Delilah, took the #1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 the week of July 28, 2007.
Plain White T's influences are The Beatles, Jimmy Eat World, The Strokes, Save The Day, Bruce Springsteen, Michael Jackson, Weezer, U2, The Cure, Nirvana, The Police, and Jackson 5.
They have a myspace profile.
Tom Higgenson: (describing the type of music they play) It is amazing. The best rock and roll music since The Beatles, but seriously. It is rock and roll with good harmonies and good melodies that will stand the test of time.
De'Mar Hamilton: (about starting off where nobody knows who you are) It's probably one of the best feelings when you're working so hard at it and for so long. When you're playing to people who don't really know you or know your songs, all the people are singing along now and it's kind of surreal.
De'Mar Hamilton: The college crowd isn't always the coolest. They just downloaded "Hey There Delilah" so they don't really know who we are as a band. Usually they just get in free and don't care or "know you." Mostly they were bored so they came to the show; they really aren't our core audience.
De'Mar Hamilton: (about what CD he cannot stop listening too) I really like the new Bright Eyes and the new Academy Is... CDs. I'm really into the indie rock side, but I basically like everything though.
Tom Higgenson: (about how the band met) We all met in high school. Me, Ken and Dave played together in various bands through high school, and after we graduated, we decided to get serious and formed Plain White T's. After about a year, we started practicing with Steve, and it's been the four of us ever since.
Tom Higgenson: One girl sent in a $20 bill and said it was her allowance for the month of December. You know, some people might say 20 bucks isn't going to do much. But the fact that people took the time to even think about it, let alone send money, really means a lot.
Tom Higgenson: Anyone can look great in a plain white T, and that's how we feel about our music. Anybody can hear it and enjoy it.
Tom Higgenson: We are really passionate about what we do. Hopefully people will be able to get something out of it, whether it makes them feel a little bit better about life or just puts a smile on their face. Or maybe it just gives them a little tune to hum along to and have in their hearts.
Tom Higgenson: (Speaking of the aftermath of the band as a whole after he survived a near-fatal car accident in an interview with Corey Moss, of MTV News) It was one of those life-changing things. And that was when I started writing songs that meant a little more to me. Instead of writing songs just to write songs, I was writing songs that were a little more personal and actually meant something to me. And I think that was a turning point for the band, as far as the way the songs went. And when I got more personal with the songs, they probably meant more to the people too.