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Birth Place:Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina, United States
Profession Singer, reality-show contestant
The Season 5 alum is returning to where he began
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On Thursday night, the reality show continued its "Back to the Start" theme by inviting alum Chris Daughtry back to the stage. Did he rock it? And who fell to the bottom?
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Chris Daughtry has been sued by his former bandmates over royalties, North Carolina's Charlotte Observer reports. According to the lawsuit filed Thursday in Guilford County Superior Court, Ryan Andrews, Scott Crawford and Mark Perry claim they're owed money on four of Daughtry's songs they say they wrote together, including the hit "Home."
Chris Daughtry and his wife, Deanna, welcomed twins Wednesday, the rocker announced on his website. Adalynn Rose was born at 11:06 a.m., weighing 6 pounds, 5 ounces. Noah James followed at 11:25, weighing 5 pounds, 5 ounces. The babies were carried to term via...
Chris Daughtry is telling his fans to look for him during the red-carpet-arrivals portion of the Grammys on Sunday because he's pretty sure he's not going to make the cut for the telecast. "We don't even know if they are going to air our nominations yet," Daughtry told the Associated Press. He has reason to be concerned: There are 110 Grammy categories, but fewer than 10 percent of them are actually handed out during the telecast. Also, since this year is a special 50th-anniversary celebration of the Grammys, there will be even fewer awards than usual. The American Idol vet and his bandmates nabbed an impressive five nominations: Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals; Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals; Best Rock Song; Best Rock Album; and Producer of the Year (Non-Classical). Well, if he can't be on the tee-vee on Sunday night, here's hoping that the chrome-domed rocker will at least get to meet Justin Timberlake. In addition to Daughtry, the Grammys w...
American Idol's only rock star, Chris Daughtry, spills about his Grammy (Sunday, Feb. 10, 8 pm/ET, CBS) nominations, Bon Jovi, and how he'd change the show that launched his career. TV Guide: You're up for four Grammy awards, including Best Rock Song and Best Rock Album. Which one would mean the most to you? Chris Daughtry: Rock Album. Because that's what we are, and I want people to realize that. Whether it be rock with pop sensibility, we are a rock band.TV Guide: You covered Bon Jovi's "Wanted Dead or Alive" on Idol — and now you're competing against them for a Grammy. How does that feel?Daughtry: [Laughs] It's an honor to be in a class of people that you couldn't get away from on the radio growing up. Those guys are still in the game and it's an encouragem
ABC's Good Morning America has announced a May 18 kickoff for its annual summer concert series, broadcast live every Friday from New York City's Bryant Park. The schedule thus far is as follows:May 18: Rascal FlattsMay 25: FergieJune 1: DaughtryJune 8: Robin ThickeJune 15: Brad PaisleyJune 22: Miley Cyrus as Hannah MontanaJune 29: Patti LaBelleJuly 6: Norah JonesJuly 20: John Mayer with "a special guest" July 27: SugarlandAugust 3: John Legend