In conjunction with their upcoming greatest hits disc due out this November, 3 Doors Down will spend the majority of the winter months out on a run of co-headlining U.S. tour dates with Daughtry. The trek kicks off on Nov. 17 in Tunica, Miss., and is scheduled to wrap on Dec. 15 in Anaheim, Calif.
3 Doors Down have enjoyed a decade-plus of hit after hit after hit, and now the Mississippi rockers will package all of their favorites onto one best-of disc, with a trio of new tracks adding a little something special to the release.
As stages go, the one in Tampa was just as good as any other for 3 Doors Down to debut a new song. However, this stage came with the platform to showcase their track to millions of viewers worldwide as it was part of the Republican National Convention coverage that's going on this week.
A lot of rockers may lean to the left, but there are still some who either fully support the right side of politics or at least are willing to play a major event like the Republican National Convention. On the rock side, the big "get" is 3 Doors Down, who will make their way to Tampa this week to perform as part of the ramp up to the announcement of the Republican ticket.
3 Doors Down bassist Todd Harrell was arrested for 'DUI-other' on the morning of Thursday, July 19, for reportedly driving under the influence of a narcotic. He was taken in by D'Iberville, Mississippi police after his involvement in a car accident where he allegedly failed to stop at an intersection and crashed into a pickup truck.
Ticketholders hoping to see 3 Doors Down and ZZ Top in Atmore, Ala., on Saturday (June 9) were left disappointed -- but probably safer -- when the bands pulled out of the gig, citing concerns with "numerous safety issues concerning the structural integrity of the stage."
There’s no doubt that technology has affected music in a massive way and now the rockers of 3 Doors Down are showing just how instant music can be served up to fans. On their current tour, the band is releasing each live set on custom USB Wristbands, which are available immediately after each gig.
Shortly after announcing the departure of founding guitarist Matt Roberts due to undisclosed health issues, 3 Doors Down joined forces with ZZ Top and Gretchen Wilson to launch their ‘Gang of Outlaws’ tour.
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