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December 26, 1979 (44)

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Chris Daughtry is an American singer, songwriter, and actor, best known as the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist for the rock band Daughtry. After his appearance on the fifth season of American Idol, where he finished in fourth place, Daughtry’s career took a significant leap. His self-titled debut album, released in 2006, became the fastest-selling debut rock album in Nielsen SoundScan history. The album included hits like “It’s Not Over” and “Home,” which became staples on mainstream radio.

Daughtry’s journey in the entertainment industry is marked by a series of successful albums and singles. Following his debut, albums such as “Leave This Town” (2009), “Break the Spell” (2011), and “Baptized” (2013) further established his presence in the rock music scene. His role as the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist in his band has been pivotal in shaping the band’s sound and style. Additionally, his venture into acting, with appearances in TV series like “CSI: New York” and “Studio City,” showcased his versatility beyond music.

Collaborations have been a significant aspect of Daughtry’s career, highlighting his ability to blend his style with other artists. Notable collaborations include working with Slash, the legendary guitarist, on the song “What I Want.” He has also shared the stage with Carlos Santana in “Photograph,” and Vince Gill in “Tennessee Line.” Other noteworthy collaborations include Brad Arnold, Chad Kroeger, Elvio Fernandes, Jason Wade, Richard Marx, Ryan Tedder, and Timbaland.

Daughtry has earned several awards and nominations that reflect his impact in the music industry. His debut album garnered him a nomination for Best Rock Song at the Grammy Awards for “It’s Not Over.” He has won four American Music Awards, including Favorite Pop/Rock Album for “Daughtry” and Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist. His contributions have also been recognized with Billboard Music Awards and People’s Choice Awards.