Three Days Grace Schedule
Our friends to the north have produced yet another tremendous music group, Three Days
Grace. Since Three Days Grace formed over two decades ago, they have spawned a string of No. 1 songs. And, their album, One-X,
has garnered them much success, scoring the No. 5 spot on the Billboard Hot 200 and raking in sales of nearly 80,000 copies
within the first week of its release. Within three years after its introduction into the marketplace, the album sold more
than 1,200,000 copies in the U.S. along and earned platinum certification in the U.S. and across the pond.
Grace is back on the road again, and you can expect to find them this year at high-profile venues like the Knitting Factory
in Spokane, Washington; Knitting Factory in Boise, Idaho; Greeley Stampede in Greeley, Colorado; North Dakota State Fair in
Minot, North Dakota; and Alaska State Fair Borealis Theatre in Palmer, Alaska. To stay on top of all of the concert listings
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Three Days Grace Background
in Norwood, Ontario, Canada, Three Days Grace emerged in 1992. Originally the band went under the guise of Groundswell. After
the band went their separate ways in late 1995, the band reorganized two years later under the Three Days Grace name with
a lineup comprised of Adam Gontier (guitarist/frontman); Neil Sanderson (drummer/backing vocalist); and Brad Walst (bassist).
In 2003, Barry Stock signed on as the group's lead guitarist. Three Days Grace eventually moved to Toronto where they met
Gavin Brown, producer. The band presented Brown with a private showing, where Brown handpicked what he thought were the most
promising songs. A demo was then cut for EMI Music Publishing Canada. With Brown in the driver's seat, Three Days Grace cut
"(I Hate) Everything About You." The song led them to a deal with EMI and eventually a deal with Jive. Three Days Grace and
Brown packed up and headed to a studio in Boston to begin work on their first album. Their eponymous album dropped in July
2003, by which time "(I Hate) Everything About You" already made its way to Canadian alternative radio stations. Following
the album's release, the band set out on a rigorous two-year tour as both an opening act and a headliner. One-X came out next
in June 2006. The album landed at No. 5 on the Billboard Top 200. Three Days Grace supported One-X, taking stages alongside
Nickelback, Hoobastank and Staind. Life Starts Now dropped in 2009. The went back out on tour again in support of this album
as well with bands like Avenged Sevenfold and Nickelback. Sanderson said, "The new album is basically a commentary on the
last couple years of our lives. Things have been fairly traumatic for more than one of us. We've all had to confront death
on a few different levels, and we've had family go through some health-related things, so, for us, Life Starts Now reflects
that feeling of redefining what life is and what it means to be alive after you hit rock bottom."
Life Starts Now was
followed by Transit of Venus (2012).
Three Days Grace Albums
The band, whose name stems from the question,
"If you had three days to change something in your life could you do it," has released four studio albums to date. The Three
Days Grace discography is comprised of: Three Days Grace (2003); One-X (2006); Life Starts Now (2009); and Transit of Venus
Three Days Grace Trivia
Three Days Grace has been celebrated for their efforts by being presented
with multiple nominations and awards. Mediabase ranked the band as the top artist in airplay across all rock genres in Canada
and the U.S. in 2007, and Billboard dubbed Three Days Grace the Rock Artist of the Year. Three Days Grace has garnered nods
for four Juno Awards, including New Group of the Year for 2004. Their album, One-X was nominated for Album of the Year in
2007, and they were nominated for Best Group of the Year. In 2006, "Animal I Have Become" was billed as Canada's most-played
rock song and claimed that year's Mediabase award for the most-played rock tune on the radio. Their song, "Never Too Late,"
was nominated for Best Rock Video and Best Video while "Pain" earned a nod for Best International Video by a Canadian and
Favorite Canadian Group at Much Music Awards as a People's Choice pick.
Three Days Grace Concert Experience
all know there are a variety of ways to get your music in today's world, but to see one of your favorite artists perform live
on stage gives you a completely different perception! Why miss out on the chance to feel the beats coarse through your veins
surrounded by hundreds of other fans who share in your passion for the music?
Three Days Grace has been around the block
a time or two. Their concert experience is nothing short of spectacular, as any fan can confirm, but it's still something
that you have to embrace if you want to truly appreciate. When a great group like Three Days Grace takes the stage, the vibe
is ever-present, giving you plenty of reasons to click off the big-screen and head out to see it all happen up close and personal
as these seasoned musicians look to put on yet another fantastic show for their devout fan base.
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