As reported yesterday, 3 Doors Down bassist Todd Harrell was freed from jail on $100,000 bond after being arrested over the weekend on the very serious charge of vehicular homicide. Now the Associated Press reports that Harrell checked into a rehab facility immediately upon his release.
After the recent arrest of 3 Doors Down bassist Todd Harrell, who was charged with vehicular homicide on April 19 in Nashville, resulting in the death of Paul Howard Shoulders, Jr., the band has canceled its upcoming spring U.S. tour dates.
3 Doors Down and Daughtry, currently out on a co-headlining tour through the middle of December, have just announced a new leg of dates to ring in the new year. Fifteen new shows have been added to the tour with dates kicking off on Jan. 25 in Dallas and running through Feb. 23 in Clearwater, Fla.
3 Doors Down started off with a bang when their hit single ‘Kryptonite’ blew up back in 2000, creating a buzz for the band seemingly overnight. Their debut disc ‘The Better Life’ would go on to yield four hit singles and move more than 5 million copies, launching their career into an upward trajectory.
3 Doors Down are ramping up to the Nov. 19 release of their upcoming 'Greatest Hits' collection, and they've taken the time to reflect on the songs and videos that got them where they are today with a series of video vignettes. Loudwire is proud to bring you the vignette explaining the story behind the videos for the hit single, 'When I'm Gone.'
After recently announcing they will be releasing a greatest hits album on Nov. 19, 3 Doors Down have made the single 'One Light' available for free download. It's one of three new songs in the collection.