Over 20 million records sold • Six #1 singles • Multiple gold & platinum recording artist • Rock and Roll Superstars!
If rock 'n' roll had fairy tales, the 3 Doors Down story would be one of the most popular. This small Mississippi town band made their mark signing with Republic Records and went multiple platinum selling 6 million copies of their debut album and hitting the #3 top song in the country with "Kryptonite" that latter went to #1 for 6 straight weeks and was named song of the year and secured a Grammy nomination for the band.
3 Doors Down was represented twice in the top 25 on Billboard's Top 100 Pop Songs, 1992-2012 with the their smash hits "Here Without You" and "Kryptonite" and listed on the Top 40 radio airplay charts. While "Kryptonite" led the way, "Loser" and "Duck and Run" became international hits: "Loser" topped Billboard's Mainstream Rock chart for 21 weeks and "Duck and Run" followed it with a three-week run at No. 1 on that chart.
In 2002, BMI presented 3 Doors Down, the award for songwriter of the year. Their next album, "Away From the Sun" immediately went gold, peaking at No. 8 on the Billboard 200, and would eventually go four times platinum. The biggest of its four hits was "When I'm Gone," which hit No. 1 at Top 40 and Mainstream Rock and No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Their 3rd album, "Seventeen Days," debut at No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 and the single "Let Me Go" landed in the top 10.
Their fourth album, "3 Doors Down" debuted at No. 1 hitting gold within a month. "It's Not My Time," topped the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart for three weeks. The fifth album, "Time of My Life," debuted at No. 3 when it was released in July 2011.