Chris Daughtry

Chris Daughtry Never Just Settles. Instead, The Grammy Award-Nominated Multi platinum Singer, Songwriter, And Producer Pushes Himself Harder Every Time He Picks Up A Guitar Or A Pen. Born In Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina, In December 1979. He Grew Up In Lasker, North Carolina. As A Teenager he moved to Virginia before Relocating To Mcleansville, North Carolina. It would not be until his audition on American Idol Season five that would start his international rise to prominence. After a shock elimination in the top 4 on American Idol, Chris would form the band Daughtry. His Fifth Full-Length Album, Cage To Rattle Represents The Culmination Of An Intense Two-Year Journey Marked By Blood, Sweat, Tears, And Triumph.

From The Onset, Chris Stressed The Inclusion Of His Bandmates In Each Step Of The Process. Together, They Channeled What He Describes As, “The
Energy From Our First Record, But Through Music We Hadn’t Made Yet.” Everything Stems From Chris’S Commitment To Pushing Forward. By Rattling His Own Cage, He Emerges With His Most Passionate, Personal, And Powerful Record To Date And Rattles Rock In The Process. “Cage To Rattle Wouldn’t Be What It Is, If We Didn’t Go Through All Of Those Trials,” He Leaves Off. “I Want Listeners To Feel Healing, Understanding, And Some Sort Of Hope At The End Of The Day When They Hear It. Maybe They Find Something That Can Turn Their Life Around. Ultimately, I Want People To Look Inside Themselves And Not Look For Approval From Others. That’s A Big Message.”
It’s Yet Another Worthy Addition To An Ever-Growing Canon. Selling 8 Million Albums And 16 Million Singles, Receiving Four Grammy Award Nominations, And Landing Four Number Ones At Radio, The Band Continue To Engage, Enthrall, And Energize A Global Fan Base With Urgent, Unbreakable, And Undeniable Anthems. The Group.

Daughtry First Made History With The Release Of 2006’S Quintuple-Platinum Self-Titled Debut, Daughtry. Notably, It Stands Out As “The Fastest-Selling Rock Debut In History” In Addition To Yielding The Multi-Format Smash “It’S Not Over.” Its Platinum-Selling 2009 Successor, Leave This Town, Became Their Second #1 Debut On The Billboard Top 200. Next Up, 2011’s Break The Spell Earned A Gold Certification In Under Four Weeks. Two Years Later, Baptized Yielded The 2013 Platinum Hit “Waiting For Superman.” Along The Way, They’ve Captivated Fans At Sold Out Shows In Nearly Every Corner Of The Globe.

It’s Not Over

Waiting For Superman

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Chris Daughtry on US Weekly