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Success keeps on knocking for 3 Doors Down

6:22 PM, Feb. 27, 2013
Brad Arnold of 3 Doors Down says the band's biggest accomplishment is continuing to record and perform because its members get along so well. The band head-lines a Wednesday concert at the Resch Center.
Brad Arnold of 3 Doors Down says the band's biggest accomplishment is continuing to record and perform because its members get along so well. The band head-lines a Wednesday concert at the Resch Center.
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Sometimes Chris Henderson thinks about his band's "overnight success."

It started more than a decade ago with "Kryptonite," a song his friend and fellow band mate Brad Arnold began writing in a high school algebra class. Little did Henderson and Arnold know it would become a No. 3 hit.

With career sales of 16 million albums, 3 Doors Down has proven to be resilient since that early success, adding hits "It's Not My Time," "When I'm Gone" and "Here Without You," all part of a greatest-hits album released in 2012. ...

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