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3 Doors Down From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article is about the band. For the band's self-titled album, see 3 Doors Down (2008 album). This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references (ideally, using inline citations). Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (March 2009) 3 Doors Down Background information Origin Escatawpa, Mississippi, United States Genre(s) Alternative rock Post-grunge Hard rock Southern rock Years active 1996 – present Label(s) Republic Universal Associated acts Puddle of Mudd Nickelback Daughtry Theory Of A Deadman Hoobastank Shinedown Website Official Website Members Brad Arnold Matt Roberts Todd Harrell Chris Henderson Greg Upchurch Former members Richard Liles Daniel Adair 3 Doors Down is an American rock band formed in 1994 in Escatawpa, Mississippi, by Brad Arnold (vocals and drums), Matt Roberts (guitar) and Todd Harrell (bass). The band signed to Universal Records after the success of their song "Kryptonite". The band has since sold well over 16 million albums worldwide since their debut album, The Better Life, which was released in 2000. Contents [hide] 1 History 1.1 Early years (1996-2000) 1.2 The Better Life (2000-2001) 1.3 Away from the Sun (2002) 1.4 Another 700 Miles (2003) 1.5 Seventeen Days (2005-2007) 1.6 3 Doors Down (2008-Present) 2 Charity Work 2.1 The Better Life Foundation 3 Members 3.1 Current members 3.2 Former members 4 Discography 4.1 Studio albums 4.2 EPs 4.3 Digital albums 4.4 DVDs 4.5 Singles 4.6 Other Songs 5 Music videos 6 References 7 External links  History  Early years (1996-2000) 3 Doors Down was formed by then-drummer Brad Arnold, guitarist Matt Roberts and bassist Todd Harrell. The three were friends who had grown up together in Escatawpa, and who all shared a common interest in rock music. The band began playing locally around the city, playing a mix of both cover songs and original songs that would eventually be recorded on their first release. Brad Arnold eventually ended up not only drumming, but also acting as the group's singer, mainly because, as he puts it, "nobody else would do it, but I did and enjoyed it." The band eventually began to tour outside of their city, and it was during a trip to Foley, Alabama that they came up with their official name. When the three men were walking through the town, they saw a building where some letters had fallen off of its sign, and it read "Doors Down." Since at the time they consisted of three people, they added the "3" to create "3 Doors Down." A couple years after performing together, Todd Harrell asked guitarist Chris Henderson to join the band in order to make the sound more full. They recorded a demo CD of their original songs, which brought them both great publicity and a larger audience, as well as caught the attention of Universal Records, who eventually signed the band.  The Better Life (2000-2001) 3 Doors Down's first album, The Better Life was released on February 2 , 2000, and went on to become the 11th best-selling album of that year, selling over 3 million copies. It has since been certified 6x platinum, thanks in large part to the international hit singles, "Kryptonite", "Loser", and "Duck and Run". A fourth single, "Be Like That", also did well and was actually re-
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recorded for the 2001 film American Pie 2, with alternate lyrics for the first 2 lines. This version is known as "The American Pie 2 Edit". For recording the album, Brad Arnold recorded both the vocal and drum parts. However, when touring to support The Better Life, the band hired a drummer so that Brad Arnold could perform at the front of the stage.  Away from the Sun (2002) Away From The SunThe band's second studio album, Away from the Sun, was released in 2002 and since been certified 4x platinum in the United States and platinum in Australia. "Here Without You" and "When I'm Gone" proved to be the most successful singles from that album. "The Road I'm On" and "Away from the Sun" also charted, but with less success. Session drummer Josh Freese was hired to record drums for Away from the Sun. Also, Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson produced and performed on three tracks for the record, "Dangerous Game", "Dead Love", and "Wasted Me", but only "Dangerous Game" would appear on the finished product. The band hired Canadian Daniel Adair to play drums for the Away From the Sun tour. He would go on to record the drums for the band's next studio release.  Another 700 Miles (2003) In 2003, 3 Doors Down released a live E.P. entitled Another 700 Miles consisting of recordings from a live performance by the band in Chicago, Illinois. Another 700 Miles has since been certified Gold in the United States. Besides featuring some of 3 Doors Down's hit singles from their previous two albums, the E.P. also contains a version of the popular Lynyrd Skynyrd song "That Smell". In 2003, the band began hosting the annual "3 Doors Down and Friends" benefit concert, through the band's own charity The Better Life Foundation. In 2006, this event was held at the Mobile Convention Center, with proceeds benefiting Hurricane Katrina survivors. As residents of Escawtawpa, the members of the band saw the effects of Katrina's devastation.  Seventeen Days (2005-2007) The band's third studio album, 2005's Seventeen Days, has since been certified platinum. "Let Me Go" and "Behind Those Eyes" charted with the most success. "Live for Today", "Landing in London" (on which Bob Seger provided back-up vocals and guitar), and "Here by Me" were also released as singles. During the Seventeen Days tour, the band appeared alongside southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd, as well as headlined many shows of their own. Also in 2005, the band released a live DVD entitled Away from the Sun: Live from Houston, Texas. The DVD was produced and directed by Academy Award nominated Alex Gibney and Doug Biro. It features songs from both The Better Life and Away from the Sun, and even some early sketches of "It's Not Me" and "Father's Son", which were both eventually released on Seventeen Days. - Greg Upchurch, formerly of Puddle of Mudd, replaced Daniel Adair in 2005, when Adair left to accept the position as drummer and contributing member of Nickelback.  3 Doors Down (2008-Present) This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references (ideally, using inline citations). Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (March 2009) This section may contain original research or unverified claims. Please improve the article by adding references. See the talk page for details. (March 2009) 3 Doors Down released their self-titled fourth album on May 20, 2008. It debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200, selling 154,000 copies in its first week. It is the band's second consecutive #1 album on the chart after Seventeen Days, as well their fourth album to reach the Top Ten. The album contains the hit singles "It's Not My Time", "Train", "Let Me Be Myself" and "Citizen/Soldier", a song written as a tribute to the National Guard. The band has just recently begun writing their next record. It is rumoured that they are going back in the studio near the end of the year to record their new album.[dead link] In 2009, 3 Doors Down, along with The Soul Children of Chicago, released the song “In The Presence Of The Lord” on the compilation album Oh Happy Day: An All-Star Music Celebration.   Charity Work  The Better Life Foundation The Better Life Foundation3 Doors Down started The Better Life Foundation in 2003, with a goal in mind to give as many children as possible a better life. Since it's inception TBLF has supported numerous charities nationwide, as well as providing aid and assistance to the Gulf Coast region of Mississippi during Hurricane Katrina. When the Mississippi town of Waveland took an especially hard hit from Katrina, the charity was able to purchase three police cars and a fire truck to help with rescue efforts. Also, in connection with Wal-Mart, were able to supply the town with three semi-trucks full of rescue supplies. There was also extensive support from TBLF in providing funding for rebuilding efforts in the town 3 Doors Down and The Better Life Foundation host a yearly show in at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Biloxi, MS to raise money for the charity. In addition to a concert from 3 Doors Down and friends, there is also an auction, which includes numerous items from musical friends, sports icons, and other various supporters of the band and the charity. There is an average of sixty items auctioned off yearly, and proceeds are given to TBLF. This years show will feature 3 Doors Down, MuzikMafia, and Switchfoot. Past Performers include, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Shinedown, Alter Bridge, Staind, Hinder, Tracy Lawrence, Sara Evans, and others. Past auction items include a Paul Stanley guitar played on the KISS Farewell Tour, a total of four Roger Bourget motorcycles, access to the Dale Jr. racing suite, numerous signed guitars and sports memorabilia, just to name a few. Information about the charity can be found at http://www.thebetterlifefoundation.org  Members  Current members Brad Arnold - lead vocals Matt Roberts - lead guitar Chris Henderson - rhythm guitar Todd Harrell - bass guitar Greg Upchurch - drums, percussion  Former members Daniel Adair - drums, percussion Richard Liles - drums, percussion  Discography  Studio albums All albums were released on Universal Records. Year Album Chart Positions Certifications US AUS GER 1997 3 Doors Down 1st album Released: 1997 — — — 2000 The Better Life 2nd album Released: February 2, 2000 7 — 45 RIAA: 6× Multi-Platinum CRIA: Platinum 2002 Away from the Sun 3rd album Released: November 12, 2002 8 8 28 RIAA: 4× Multi-Platinum ARIA: Platinum CRIA: Platinum 2005 Seventeen Days 4th album Released: February 2, 2005 1 — 6 RIAA: Platinum CRIA: Gold 2008 3 Doors Down 5th album Released: May 20, 2008 1 — 6 RIAA: Gold  EPs Year Album US RIAA 2003 Another 700 Miles 23 Gold 2005 Acoustic EP — —  Digital albums iTunes Originals – 3 Doors Down (2006)  DVDs 3 Doors Down: One Red Light (November 2004) 3 Doors Down: Live in Houston, Texas - Away from the Sun (2005, Monster Music) 3 Doors Down "Behind Those Eyes"—a documentary by Alex Gibney which films the transition of the band from the Away from the Sun tour's last two dates, through the recording of Seventeen Days, and through the hurricane-plagued Seventeen Days tour ending with drummer Greg Upchurch's call to get home to witness the birth of his son Jackson. (Still unreleased) The band produced their own live performance DVD of the unexpected end to their Seventeen Days tour. (Still unreleased)  Singles Year Single Chart Positions RIAA Album US Hot 100 US Pop 100 US Digital Mod Rock Main Rock Adult Top 40 GER AUS NZ 2000 "Kryptonite" 3 — — 1 1 3 85 8 13 Gold The Better Life 2001 "Loser" 55 — — 2 1 — 78 — 37 — "Duck and Run" 110 — — 11 1 — — — — — "Be Like That" 24 — — 22 10 5 — — — — 2003 "When I'm Gone" 4 — — 2 1 3 — — — Gold Away from the Sun "The Road I'm On" — — — 24 8 — — — — — 2004 "Here Without You" 5 — — 22 14 1 23 2 10 Gold "Away from the Sun" 62 — — 33 20 5 — 51 44 Gold 2005 "Let Me Go" 14 8 24 14 6 3 55 55 — Gold Seventeen Days "Behind Those Eyes" — — — 25 12 — 33 — — — "Live for Today" — — — 31 18 — — — — — "Here By Me" — 81 — — — 24 — — — — 2006 "Landing in London" (ft. Bob Seger) — — — — 32 32 32 — — — 2008 "It's Not My Time" 17 18 17 5 1 1 37 26 18 — 3 Doors Down "Train" — — — 29 10 — — — — — "Let Me Be Myself" 122 — — — — 12 93 — — — "Citizen/Soldier" 96 72 75 — 19 — — — — — "—" indicates the song was not released, failed to chart, or not certified.  Other Songs "The Champion In Me" - 3:32: Theme song for the 2008 Summer Olympics "Presence of the Lord" - Cover Song for the Album "Oh Happy Days"  Music videos Kryptonite Loser Duck and Run Be Like That When I'm Gone The Road I'm On Here Without You Away from the Sun Let Me Go Here by Me Landing in London Citizen/Soldier It's Not My Time Let Me Be Myself (Currently Shooting)  References ^ Proefrock, Stacia. "3 Doors Down > Biography". Allmusic. http://www.allmusicguide.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=11:7md0ylk2xpnb~T1. Retrieved on 2007-02-07. ^ Waddell, Ray. "3 Doors Down Plots Benefit, New Album" Billboard, October 16, 2006. Accessed October 12, 2007. ^ "3 Doors Down Grab Muddy Drummer". TotalRock.com. http://www.totalrock.com/newsstory.php?id=EEpZluZlZpBUfEcNOsq=. Retrieved on 2007-10-12. ^ "3 Doors Down Cruises To No.1 On Album Chart". 2008. http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003808771. Retrieved on 2008-05-28. ^ "3 Doors Down Official Website". News. http://www.3doorsdown.com/news. Retrieved on 2008-03-26. ^ "Jon Bon Jovi, Queen Latifah go gospel for "Day"". Reuters. March 27, 2009. http://www.reuters.com/article/musicNews/idUSTRE52Q6WQ20090327. ^ "National Guard Movie Promotion". 1800goguard.com. http://www.1800goguard.com/movie/index2.php. Retrieved on 2007-10-31.  External links Official site Official 3 Doors Down MySpace Site The Official 3 Doors Down Fan Club 3 Doors Down at Last.fm Universal Republic Records 3 Doors Down Facebook Page 3 Doors Down Music Videos on Demand 3 Doors Down Brazil 3 Doors Down Spain 3 Doors Down goes gospel? 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