3 Doors Down
3 Doors Down is an American rock band from Escatawpa, Mississippi. The band was formed in 1996 by three friends who were passionate about rock music, Brad Arnold (drummer/vocalist), Matt Roberts (guitarist) and Todd Harrell (bassist). Another acquaintance, Chris Henderson joined a couple of years later on guitar.
3 Doors Down have released five studio albums to date. Their smash hit single “Kryptonite” was released on their debut album The Better Life (2000). Subsequently, they followed up with top-selling albums Away from the Sun (2002), Seventeen Days (2005) and most successful, their self-titled album which peaked at number 1 and propelled the band into the limelight.
Not only content with storming the charts, 3 Doors Down started The Better Life Foundation (TBLF) in 2003 with the aim of helping various charities. An annual show which sees various artists perform to raise money for different causes.
Their latest album Time Of My Life (2011) saw the group tour worldwide with their matured sound.