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“Video: DISTURBED and CHRIS DAUGHTRY Collaborate on ‘Stricken’ During Nashville Show”

Last night at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, Chris Daughtry from the Grammy-nominated band DAUGHTRY joined forces with DISTURBED for a live rendition of “Stricken,” a track from DISTURBED’s album “Ten Thousand Fists.” This performance, captured by fans, showcased the song that achieved gold status by the RIAA in 2008 for surpassing 500,000 sales in the U.S.

DISTURBED launched the 2024 segment of their “Take Back Your Life” tour with an energetic performance at the Peoria Civic Center, showcasing a diverse 21-song setlist that introduced “Don’t Tell Me” from their latest album “Divisive,” with Moriah Formica making a guest appearance. This album, recorded in Nashville with Drew Fulk, marks a significant chapter in the band’s career, blending their signature sound with new influences. Despite its recent release, “Divisive” has already made a notable impact, achieving impressive sales and chart positions, and even earning a Grammy nomination for the single “Bad Man.”

This tour not only highlights DISTURBED’s evolving musical journey but also reaffirms their status in the rock genre, continuing to captivate audiences with their dynamic performances and deepening their legacy in the music industry.

DISTURBED is set to perform at Knotfest in Australia this March, and will also be appearing at the Welcome To Rockville and Sonic Temple Art & Music Festivals in May, showcasing their dynamic live act to fans across different continents.

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