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    (2006- )
    Born in United States
    Formed in North Carolina
    Chris Daughtry (lead vocals)
    Joey Barnes (drummer)
    Brian Craddock (guitarist)
    Josh Paul (bassist)
    Josh Steely (guitarist)
    Recorded 'It's Not Over,' 'Home,' 'Over You,' 'What About Now,' 'Feels Like Tonight,' 'No Surprise,' 'Life After You,' 'September' and 'Crawling Back To You'
    Their lead singer is 'American Idol 5' finalist Chris Daughtry .
    The band was put together by Chris Daughtry's record label.
    Their song 'Home' was played during the video montages for ousted 'American Idol 6' contestants.
    One of their songs was used to promote a WWE Pay-Per-View event.
    They released a bonus version of their album exclusively at Wal-Mart.
    Their first album debuted at number one on the Billboard albums chart.
    Their album significantly outsold that of 'American Idol 5 winner Taylor Hicks.
    Despite concerns of Chris's 'American Idol' ties, their songs were warmly received by many rock radio stations.
    They recorded a song with famed rock guitarist, Slash.
    They donated several items for charity auctions.

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