3 Doors Down Biography

3 Doors Down


Famous as :

Alternative rock band

Birth Date :


Birth Place :

Escatawpa, Mississippi, USA

Claim to fame :

Single "Kryptonite" (2000)


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on the "Away from the Sun" tour.

Amazingly, the band finished another album within a year which was titled "Away from the Sun". Although not commercially as successful as the first studio album, the second set is still saved from the sophomore slump syndrome thanks to its melodic hits such as "When I'm Gone" and "Here Without You". Another success another tour, the band were also forced to make the next album, which was then materialized with the release of "Seventeen Days" in 2005. The album entered the top ten positions at the Billboard Hot 200 chart just like its predecessors, mainly because of the singles "Landing in London" and "Let Me Go", the former which featured veteran rocker Bob Seger. Sadly, Adair decided to quit the band that year and join Nickleback but he was quickly replaced by Greg Upchurch. The new formation went for a tour and promotional acts while sharing their time for community outreach programs. It wasn't until another three years that they announced the work of a new album which they planned to be a self-titled. The band released the single "It's Not My Time" in February 2008 and it quickly topped the singles chart at #26. The album was released on May 20 that year.

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