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3 Doors Down & Daughtry
Denver, CO
By: Jason Bullinger


After just announcing a second leg of their co-headlining tour for 2013, Daughtry and 3 Doors Down made a stop in Broomfield, CO. The show was also broadcasted live worldwide on AXS TV. After a late start, Daughtry took the stage to a raucous crowd. Chris Daughtry and his band were in fine form, hitting many of the radio friendly rock songs and ballads from their current release Break the Spell. The songs the band played included "Crawling Back To You," "Outta My Head," and "Start of Something Good." About halfway through the set, Daughtry broke into a cool cover of Phil Collins' "In the Air Tonight," which featured a surprise appearance from Brad Arnold of 3 Doors Down. The highly enthused crowd cheered as Daughtry introduced "Home.." He closed with "It's Not Over," the huge opening track from his self-titled Daughtry release.

After a set change, 3 Doors Down hit the stage following a clock themed video resembling the album art from their last studio release, Time of My Life. They appropriately launched into "Time of My Life" and "It's Not My Time" right away. They followed that up with the heavy groove of "Duck and Run" accompanied by dueling solos by Chris Henderson and Chet Roberts. 3 Doors Down played a solid set of rockers and ballads that spanned their career and they even played two new songs, "One Light" and "Goodbyes" from their recently released greatest hits compilation. Daughtry also returned to the stage to help Arnold sing "Landing in London." One of the night's highlights is usually a big part of the band's set. Arnold left his singing duties and got behind a second drum kit to play beside Greg Upchurch during "Citizen/Soldier." 3 Doors Down also played a cover song during their set, although they didn't exactly bust out into Phil Collins. The band played an abbreviated version of "Symphony of Destruction" by Megadeath before breaking into "The Better Life." The show's encore ended with the crowd singing and cheering along to "Kryptonite," the song that got things started for 3 Doors Down all the way back in 2000. 3 Doors Down also played "When I'm Gone" and dedicated the song to members of the military and their families. Throughout their sets, both artists expressed throughout how much fun they've had touring together. Overall, that showed as both bands complimented each other nicely in what ended up being a great night at the show.

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