Mytown, an acronym for Multicultural Youth Tour of What's Now, is a youth organization based in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, engaging young people in learning about and teaching others about the local history of their urban neighborhood.
Mytown is the eponymous only studio album released by Irish boy band Mytown. The debut album was the only album released by the band before their break-up in 2001, with two of its members later going on to form the alternative rock band The Script. Four singles were released from the album: "Do It Like This", which was only released in Ireland, "Body Bumpin'", which was only released in the United States, "Now That I Found You", which was only released in the United States and Australia, and "Party All Night". Only the latter of these reached the UK Singles chart, peaking at No.22. Although the album was planned for release internationally, both the British and Irish releases never saw the light of day; and the album was only released in the United States and Australia. Both contain the same content, but carry different covers.
MyTown is a mobile game for the iPhone and iPad. It was made by Booyah, a company who received a $4.5 Million First Round Funding from the iFund of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. It also raised an additional $20 million funding from Accel Partners. The company expects 6 million users by the end of 2010. As of 2011, a sequel, called MyTown 2, has been released.
Mytown was an Irish boy band established in 1996 by members Danny O'Donoghue, Mark Sheehan, Terry Daly and Paul Walker. They released one album, the epomynous Mytown and had a number of singles before splitting up in 2001. Two of the prominent members of the band, namely Danny O’Donoghue and Mark Sheehan went on to form the pop rock band The Script alongside Glen Power. The band members co-wrote their debut album.