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Three Days Grace is a Canadian band formed in Norwood, Ontario in 1997. The band consists of members Adam Gontier (vocals and guitar), Brad Walst (bass), Neil Sanderson (drums), and Barry Stock (guitar). They originally formed as a quintet in 1992 under the name Groundswell; they changed their name to Three Days Grace and became a quartet in 1997. The group moved from Norwood to Toronto and met producer Gavin Brown, formerly of the band Big Sugar. Brown helped produce their self-titled debut album, Three Days Grace, which was released in 2003; it reached the top ten of the Canadian albums chart, the top 100 of the U.S. Billboard 200 albums chart, and number-one on Billboard's Top Heatseekers chart. Upon completion of the album the band recruited Stock to help on lead guitar to give Adam breathing room on stage and on tour. The album's hit lead single, "I Hate Everything About You," reached number-one in Canada and the top ten in the U.S. The second single "Just Like You," gave the group a second number-one in Canada. Their third single, "Home" was also a hit, charting at #2 on the US Modern Rock chart, although it wasn't as succ...
|music genre|| Hard Rock|
|current members|| Adam Gontier|