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(January 2009) Chad Kroeger Background information Birth name Chad Robert Turton Born November 15, 1974 (1974-11-15) (age 36) Hanna, Alberta, Canada Genres Post-grunge, hard rock, grunge (early), heavy metal,[1]alternative metal,[1] alternative rock Occupations Singer-songwriter, producer, entrepreneur Instruments Vocals, guitar Years active 1994–present Labels 604 Records Associated acts Nickelback Notable instruments PRS Guitars Chad Robert Kroeger (born Chad Robert Turton on November 15, 1974(1974-11-15)) is a Canadian songwriter, singer, and guitarist best known as the lead vocalist and guitarist for the Canadian rock band Nickelback.[2] In addition to his work with Nickelback, Kroeger has been involved with a variety of collaborations, appearing as a guest musician in several songs and has contributed in both production and songwriting. He has co-written several songs for other artists and for films. Contents 1 Biography 2 Collaborations 3 References 4 External links Biography Kroeger was born in Hanna, Alberta on 15 November 1974[3] under the name Chad Robert Turton.[4] He learned to play the guitar at age 13, and in the early 1990s was part of a cover band, which also included future Nickelback members Mike Kroeger and Ryan Peake, before it broke up.[3] Soon after the band dissolved, he, Mike Kroeger and Ryan Peake became part of Nickelback, which was formed at that time.[3] In 2002, Kroeger co-founded 604 Records, and has also produced music for other bands, such as Default, Theory of a Deadman, and Bo Bice.[3] Collaborations Kroeger, along with Saliva vocalist Josey Scott, Theory of a Deadman lead vocalist (serving as guitarist for this track) Tyler Connolly and Our Lady Peace drummer Jeremy Taggart, performed the theme song titled "Hero" for the hit movie Spider-Man in 2002. Also in 2002, Kroeger wrote and sang on "Why Don't You & I" for Santana's Shaman. However, when Arista decided to release the song as a single in Summer 2003, Kroeger's label, Roadrunner, refused permission, citing concerns that Kroeger appearing on a "high-profile single" would compromise the excitement over Nickelback's fall 2003 release The Long Road. Kroeger recommended The Calling's Alex Band, another Arista artist, as a replacement for re-recording the single.[5][6][unreliable source?][7] In 2007, Chad Kroeger ended up working with Santana for a second time, when he co-wrote and recorded guitar and vocals parts for a new song meant to appear on the compilation album Ultimate Santana. The track is called "Into the Night" and was released as a single on October 2, 2007. The album Ultimate Santana was released in October. Besides working with Santana, Kroeger also recorded with Travis Tritt on his album The Storm, where Tritt did a cover of Nickelback's "Should've Listened" track from The Long Road. Kroeger also wrote and played guitar on Bo Bice's You're Everything. Chad Kroeger, Eric Dill, Rune Westberg and Chris Daughtry wrote the debut single of Daughtry's new album.[8] The single, titled "No Surprise", was debuted on American Idol Wednesday, May 6, 2009. Kroeger also helped write another song from the album titled "Life After You." He and Brett James co-wrote Tim McGraw's 2009 single "It's a Business Doing Pleasure with You." Chad Kroeger is featured on the new Timbaland album Shock Value 2 with the song "Tomorrow In the Bottle", it will also feature Sebastian. In 2010 he provided guest vocals, along with Ludacris and guest lead guitarist Zakk Wylde, on My Darkest Days single "Porn Star Dancing." References ^ a b ^,_Chad/Biography/ ^ a b c d "Chad Kroeger Biography". AOL Music. Retrieved 22 September 2010.  ^ "Nickelback Singer Sentenced for DUI". 2 May 2008. Retrieved 22 September 2010.  ^ "Nickelback's Record Company Explains Chad Kroeger ban on Santana Single" - July 2, 2003 @ ^ "Nickelback's Kroeger Not Allowed on Santana Single" @ ^ "Carlos Santana Says Label Politics Forced Chad Kroeger/Alex Band Change On New Single" @ Music.Yahoo! ^ "Lyrics to No Surprise".  External links 604 Records official website Biography at Starpulse Chad Kroeger interview on The Rock radio station Bailey, Katie (2002-06-25). "Chad Kroeger Becomes A Record Exec". Chart. Retrieved 2009-09-27.  v · d · eNickelback Chad Kroeger · Ryan Peake · Mike Kroeger · Daniel Adair Brandon Kroeger · Ryan Vikedal Studio albums Curb · The State · Silver Side Up · The Long Road · All the Right Reasons · Dark Horse Extended plays Hesher Compilations Three-Sided Coin Singles "Fly" · "Leader of Men" · "Old Enough" · "Breathe" · "Worthy to Say" · "How You Remind Me" · "Too Bad" · "Never Again" · "Someday" · "Figured You Out" · "Feelin' Way Too Damn Good" · "Because of You" · "See You at the Show" · "Photograph" · "Animals" · "Savin' Me" · "Far Away" · "Rockstar" · "If Everyone Cared" · "Side of a Bullet" · "Gotta Be Somebody" · "Something in Your Mouth" · "If Today Was Your Last Day" · "I'd Come for You" · "Burn It to the Ground" · "Never Gonna Be Alone" · "Shakin' Hands" · "This Afternoon" Videos Live at Home · The Videos · Photo Album · The Ultimate Video Collection · Live at Sturgis 2006 Tours The Long Road Tour · All the Right Reasons Tour · Dark Horse Tour Related articles Discography · Awards and nominations · "Hero" · "Why Don't You & I" · "Into the Night" Persondata Name Kroeger, Chad Robert Alternative names Turton, Chad Robert (real name) Short description Canadian vocalist and rock musician Date of birth November 15, 1974 Place of birth Hanna, Alberta, Canada Date of death Place of death