After getting the boot from American Idol, Chris Daughtry turned down an offer to become lead singer for the band Fuel, opting instead to form his own band. Daughtry’s eponymous debut album stayed on the Billboard Charts for a total of 104 weeks and became the number one selling album of 2007. In the process, Daughtry left Idol-winner Taylor Hicks (and his album sales) in the dust. 2009’s Leave This Town marked the band’s second consecutive number one album (a first for any Idol-related act). Supporting acts Theory of a Deadman and Cavo should make this a well-rounded evening of post-grunge revelry. $29.50-$39.50, doors at 6:30pm, Freeman Colliseum, One AT&T Center, attcenter.com
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