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Tim Lopez is a member of the band Plain White T and one of the bachelors of the first season of NBC's Ready for Love.
With catchy pop-rock love ballads like “Hey There Delilah” and “Rhythm of Love,” the members of the Plain White T’s should have no problem scoring a date.
So it comes as a surprise when lead singer Tom Higgenson admits to being unlucky in love.
“I’m a single dad, so I’m super rusty with my game,” he says.
“I don’t have any game, actually.” Finding love — or more aptly, striking out while looking for it — is at the heart of the Chicago-based band’s most recent EP, “Should’ve Gone To Bed.” “It’s like my life,” Higgenson says.
The Chicago native is beginning her second year as an assistant track and cross-country coach at Bryn Mawr College and is training for the Olympic Trials for the 2008 Summer Games in Beijing. Another part of me wants to cower and say it’s not.” As for the non-relationship, the two kept in touch by e-mail and Higgenson brought Di Crescenzo a disk with the song when he finished it in 2004. Besides, he says, “If we had lived happily ever after, then what would my next song be about?
As for the song’s story of a long-distance relationship between the guitarist and the college student, that is fiction. It took Higgenson a year to write the song, and “Hey There Delilah” was released in 2005.
The muse for guitarist Tom Higgenson’s song is Delilah Di Crescenzo ’05, an All-American steeplechase runner and one of the stars of Columbia’s women’s cross-country team that won three consecutive Heptagonal Games championships. “Part of me wants to scream at the top of my lungs that it’s about me. I didn’t know how to be polite but, you know, ditch him.” So Higgenson didn’t get the girl, but he did come away with a hit song.
“I told her, ‘I have a song about you already.’ Obviously, there was no song.
has gotten word that “Hey There Delilah” — that Plain White T’s stalker song you’ve been shamefully singing at karaoke since 2006 — is being adapted into a TV show, for some reason.
A few months later, Tom Higgenson visited her house to drop off a CD. The song didn't win, but she described the day as one of the best of her life. With the Grammy Awards ceremony taking place Sunday night, we look back five years and let Delilah Di Crescenzo give her take on music's biggest night. Everyone was so friendly, complimentary, and skilled at making you feel at ease. But, they were still nominated and there is something to be said for that.
One of the tracks was called "Hey There Delilah."She was flattered. Liam Boylan-Pett: How did you enjoy the 2008 Grammy Awards? For one day, and one day only, I was a guest at the biggest party on the planet. It lasted a couple of hours and every interview basically covered the same questions, but each had their own style which kept it fresh and fun. LBP: What was it like when they didn't win the Grammy? Starting at their nomination, it was a two-month gradually building emotional crescendo.