Daughtry Live In Concert


On November 12th the rock band Daughtry will perform live at Pompano Beach Amphitheater. The band is known for songs such home, September and Long Live Rock n Roll. This band is known for their catchy songs such as these.

The song home is on the band’s self-album which released in 2007. This song was charted at 5 in the US. According to songfacts.com Chris Daughtry wrote this on his couch in North Carolina, shortly before had even appeared on the American Idol show. The site also states Daughtry’s self-titled debut was the most popular US album of 2007 selling 3.2 million copies in the States.

September is a song that is on the band’s Leave This Town album that was released in 2009. According to songfacts.com the bittersweet ballad’s music video features Chris Daughtry playing live and looking back at his past with bandmates bassist Josh Paul, drummer Robin Diaz, and guitarists Brian Craddock and Josh Steely. The site also mentions Leave This Town debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200. As Daughtry’s self-titled debut album also topped the chart, they became the third group in the 21st century to arrive with a pair of #1s.

Long Live Rock n Roll is from the album Baptized that was released last year. Songfacts.com states the track looks at some age-old rock debates such as the Beatles vs. the Rolling Stones, and Van Halen vs. Van Hagar. The site also mentions his acoustic anthem is a humorously nostalgic ode to the good ole days. Chris Daughtry penned the song with Boys Like Girls frontman Martin Johnson and songwriter-producer Sam Hollander (aka, S*A*M), who is best known for his work with One Direction, Cobra Starship and Gym Class Heroes.


Below is YouTube video of a live performance of  Home


The Fray Reached #1 on US Album Chart with Second Album


 The Fray is an American rock band that became famous with the songs How to Save a Life and Over My Head (Cable Car). On February 21, 2009 the band was at #1 on the US Album Chart with their self-titled second album according to thisdayinmusic.com.  Some of the hit songs from the album included Never Say Never, Enough for Now, and You Found Me.

Never Say Never is a direct love song between two people who are “pulling apart and coming together again and again according to songfacts.com. It also mentions that in a review for Billboard magazine, Michael Menachem commented that “the standout moment is the climactic key change, conveying intense emotion during the bridge where the melody shifts from major to a higher minor, in a similar spirit to what Boyz II Men achieved on ‘It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday.'” This song is included on the soundtrack for the 2009 film Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.

The song Enough for Now is about how lead singer Isaac Slade handled the death of his grandfather states songfacts.com:

“I felt lost, all these emotions and those songs came out. But then, 12 months ago, I was talking to a friend of mine who gave me some perspective on it and some books to read. I realized I was seeing only the pure realism side of it all and there is good in life still, even though people die or have miscarriages, whatever. And I began to have hope again.”

Joe King and Isaac Slade write most of the songs for the group but sometimes the other members of the band help with songs according to songfacts.com:

“That’s how ‘You Found Me’ happened, actually. We were sitting around as songwriters, and Ben came in said, ‘I like that old piece about being lost or insecure or something. We should check that out.’ And I didn’t think it would work ’cause it felt non-engaging and vulnerable, and I wanted a big, epic chorus. But it ended up being perfect for it, this very inclusive concept of ‘we’re all in this together.'”

The Fray is a rock band with catchy lyrics making whoever listens to their music want to sing along. This a band that will be around for a long time. Below is the music video Never Say Never.