Guetta was a renowned DJ throughout clubs in Paris and Ibiza, but it was the musical partnership that he developed with American singer, Chuck Willis, that brought both producer and singer international acclaim. Guetta and Willis released the single "Just a Little More Love" in 2001, and saw the single quickly rise up the French and British Pop charts. Guetta kept producing hit dance singles throughout the decade and placed several more singles in the upper reaches of the Euro pop charts. It was with the track "Love is Gone," also featuring Willis, that Guetta broke into the US charts in 2007. Since then, David Guetta tour dates are quick to sell out and he has become one of the most sought after producers in pop music.
The 2009 release of One More Love, was what truly marked Guetta's entrance into the realms of superstardom. The album's first single, "When Love Takes Over," featuring Kelly Rowland, raced to the top of several international singles charts and won the 2010 Grammy for Best Dance Recording. Guetta's greatest success came when he produced the Black Eyed Peas' international dance hit, "I've Gotta Feeling," which remains the highest selling digital single of all time and earned Guetta a Grammy nod for Best Recording. One More Love also spawned the hits "Sexy Chick" and "Getting' Over You," and solidified Guetta's position as the world's premier DJ hit-maker. In support of One More Love, David Guetta tour dates have the house musician traveling across North America and Europe, spinning his beats at club venues and getting people on the floor. Don't miss out on the chance to experience Guetta's pulsating beats: keep yourself updated on the David Guetta tour dates using Eventful as your source.