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Nickelback - ISCHGL, AUSTRIA - NOVEMBER 30: Ryan Peak of Nickelback performs at the 'Top Of The Mountain Concert' at Idalp on November 30, 2013 in Ischgl, Austria.

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ISCHGL, AUSTRIA - NOVEMBER 30: Ryan Peak of Nickelback performs at the 'Top Of The Mountain Concert' at Idalp on November 30, 2013 in Ischgl, Austria.
  • Nickelback - ISCHGL, AUSTRIA - NOVEMBER 30: Ryan Peak of Nickelback performs at the 'Top Of The Mountain Concert' at Idalp on November 30, 2013 in Ischgl, Austria.
  • Nickelback - ISCHGL, AUSTRIA - NOVEMBER 30: Chad Kroeger of Nickelback performs at the 'Top Of The Mountain Concert' at Idalp on November 30, 2013 in Ischgl, Austria.
  • Nickelback - ISCHGL, AUSTRIA - NOVEMBER 30: Daniel Adair and Chad Kroeger Nickelback speak to the media at the 'Top Of The Mountain Concert' at Idalp on November 30, 2013 in Ischgl, Austria.
  • Nickelback - ISCHGL, AUSTRIA - NOVEMBER 30: Chad Kroeger of Nickelback performs at the 'Top Of The Mountain Concert' at Idalp on November 30, 2013 in Ischgl, Austria.
  • Nickelback - ISCHGL, AUSTRIA - NOVEMBER 30: Chad Kroeger and Mike Kroeger of Nickelback performs at the 'Top Of The Mountain Concert' at Idalp on November 30, 2013 in Ischgl, Austria.
  • Nickelback - ISCHGL, AUSTRIA - NOVEMBER 30: Chad Kroeger of Nickelback performs at the 'Top Of The Mountain Concert' at Idalp on November 30, 2013 in Ischgl, Austria.
  • Nickelback - ISCHGL, AUSTRIA - NOVEMBER 30: Chad Kroeger of Nickelback performs at the 'Top Of The Mountain Concert' at Idalp on November 30, 2013 in Ischgl, Austria.
  • Nickelback - ISCHGL, AUSTRIA - NOVEMBER 30: Chad Kroeger of Nickelback performs at the 'Top Of The Mountain Concert' at Idalp on November 30, 2013 in Ischgl, Austria.
  • Nickelback - ISCHGL, AUSTRIA - NOVEMBER 30: Nickelback perform at the 'Top Of The Mountain Concert' at Idalp on November 30, 2013 in Ischgl, Austria.
  • Nickelback - ISCHGL, AUSTRIA - NOVEMBER 30: Daniel Adair, Chad Kroeger, Mike Kroeger, and Ryan Peak of Nickelback speak to the media at the 'Top Of The Mountain Concert' at Idalp on November 30, 2013 in Ischgl, Austria.
  • Nickelback - ISCHGL, AUSTRIA - NOVEMBER 30: Nickelback performs at the 'Top Of The Mountain Concert' at Idalp on November 30, 2013 in Ischgl, Austria.
  • Nickelback - ISCHGL, AUSTRIA - NOVEMBER 30: Chad Kroeger and Daniel Adair of Nickelback performs at the 'Top Of The Mountain Concert' at Idalp on November 30, 2013 in Ischgl, Austria.
  • Nickelback - ISCHGL, AUSTRIA - NOVEMBER 30: Ryan Peak, Chad Kroeger, Mike Kroeger and Daniel Adair of Nickelback performs at the 'Top Of The Mountain Concert' at Idalp on November 30, 2013 in Ischgl, Austria.
  • Nickelback - ISCHGL, AUSTRIA - NOVEMBER 30: Chad Kroeger of Nickelback performs at the 'Top Of The Mountain Concert' at Idalp on November 30, 2013 in Ischgl, Austria.
  • Nickelback - ISCHGL, AUSTRIA - NOVEMBER 30: Ryan Peak of Nickelback performs at the 'Top Of The Mountain Concert' at Idalp on November 30, 2013 in Ischgl, Austria.
  • Nickelback - ISCHGL, AUSTRIA - NOVEMBER 30: Chad Kroeger of Nickelback performs at the 'Top Of The Mountain Concert' at Idalp on November 30, 2013 in Ischgl, Austria.
  • Nickelback - ISCHGL, AUSTRIA - NOVEMBER 30: Mike Kroeger of Nickelback performs at the 'Top Of The Mountain Concert' at Idalp on November 30, 2013 in Ischgl, Austria.
  • Nickelback - ISCHGL, AUSTRIA - NOVEMBER 30: Chad Kroeger of Nickelback performs at the 'Top Of The Mountain Concert' at Idalp on November 30, 2013 in Ischgl, Austria.
  • Nickelback - NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 15: Chad Kroeger of Nickelback and Avril Lavigne visit the SiriusXM Studios on October 15, 2013 in New York City.
  • Nickelback - NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 15: Devi Dev, Chad Kroeger of Nickelback, Avril Lavigne, and Sway pose together at 'Sway in the Morning' at SiriusXM Studios on October 15, 2013 in New York City.
  • Nickelback - NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 15: Chad Kroeger of Nickelback, Avril Lavigne, and Sway pose at 'Sway in the Morning' on Eminem's SHADE 45 Channel at the SiriusXM Studios on October 15, 2013 in New York City.
  • Nickelback - RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - SEPTEMBER 20: Chad Kroeger of Nickelback performs on stage during a concert in the Rock in Rio Festival on September 20, 2013 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • Nickelback - Chad Kroger of Canadian rock band Nickelback performs during the Rock in Rio music festival in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on September 20, 2013.
  • Nickelback - NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 13: Chad Kroeger of Nickelback performs at the Songwriters Hall of Fame 44th Annual Induction and Awards Dinner at the New York Marriott Marquis on June 13, 2013 in New York City.
  • Nickelback - LAS VEGAS, NV - MAY 19: Singers Chad Kroeger of Nickelback and Avril Lavigne arrive at the 2013 Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 19, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Nickelback - WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - APRIL 25: Musician Chad Kroeger of Nickelback arrives for Avril Lavigne secret performance at The Viper Room on April 25, 2013 in West Hollywood, California.
  • Nickelback - LAS VEGAS, NV - JUNE 20: Chad Kroeger of Nickelback performs during the 2012 NHL Awards at the Encore Theater at the Wynn Las Vegas on June 20, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Nickelback - LAS VEGAS, NV - JUNE 19: (L-R) Daniel Alfredsson of the Ottawa Senators and Chad Kroeger of the rock group Nickelback get together at the NHL Awards nominee media availability at the Wynn Las Vegas Resort on June 19, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Nickelback - NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 18: Ryan Peake of Nickelback visits fuse's 'News Hit' at fuse Studios on April 18, 2012 in New York City.
  • Nickelback - MOLINE, IL - APRIL 10: Ryan Peake and Chad Kroeger of Nickelback perform at the I Wireless Center on April 10, 2012 in Moline, Illinois.
  • Nickelback - VANCOUVER, CANADA - NOVEMBER 27: Chad Kroeger, lead singer of Nickelback, performs during haltime of the CFL 99th Grey Cup November 27, 2011 at BC Place in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
  • Nickelback - DETROIT, MI - NOVEMBER 24: Nickelback performs at halftime during the Thanksgiving Day game between the Green Bay Packers and the Detroit Lions at Ford Field on November 24, 2011 in Detroit, Michigan.
  • Nickelback - LOS ANGELES, CA - NOVEMBER 20: (L-R) Musicians Chad Kroeger, Mike Kroeger, Ryan Peake and Daniel Adair of Nickelback present Favorite Country Band/Duo/Group onstage at the 2011 American Music Awards held at Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE on November 20, 2011 in Los Angeles, California.
  • Nickelback - LOS ANGELES, CA - NOVEMBER 20: (L-R) Musicians Daniel Adair, Mike Kroeger, Ryan Peake and Chad Kroeger of the band Nickelback backstage at the 2011 American Music Awards held at Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE on November 20, 2011 in Los Angeles, California.
  • Nickelback - DALLAS, TX - FEBRUARY 05: Musician Chad Kroeger of Nickelback attends the Maxim Party Powered by Motorola Xoom at Centennial Hall at Fair Park on February 5, 2011 in Dallas, Texas.
  • Nickelback - Let's face it, many people do not find Nickelback to be an in-your-face band. Whether it's because they have countless radio hits, a multitude of mainly female admirers, or because Chad Kroeger isn't your scruffy, stereotypical rocker, Nickelback isn't the first (or even second) band that comes to mind when you think "Hard Rock". However, anyone who witnessed their New Jersey show can attest that these guys are the definition of rock. With the first few notes of "Burn It to the Ground", and the fireworks and explosions that wildly flew everywhere, Nickelback confidently mesmerized the crowd. Through every song thereafter the crowd cheered, screamed, and applauded with force enough to shatter the sound barrier – and with good reason. While some bands use theatrics because their live performance is lacking, these guys use it only to further enhance their set, not a note of any song was off-key either musically or vocally. Nickelback's live show more than proves they are kings of hard rock. —Lilly Ryden
  • Nickelback - Let's face it, many people do not find Nickelback to be an in-your-face band. Whether it's because they have countless radio hits, a multitude of mainly female admirers, or because Chad Kroeger isn't your scruffy, stereotypical rocker, Nickelback isn't the first (or even second) band that comes to mind when you think "Hard Rock". However, anyone who witnessed their New Jersey show can attest that these guys are the definition of rock. With the first few notes of "Burn It to the Ground", and the fireworks and explosions that wildly flew everywhere, Nickelback confidently mesmerized the crowd. Through every song thereafter the crowd cheered, screamed, and applauded with force enough to shatter the sound barrier – and with good reason. While some bands use theatrics because their live performance is lacking, these guys use it only to further enhance their set, not a note of any song was off-key either musically or vocally. Nickelback's live show more than proves they are kings of hard rock. —Lilly Ryden
  • Nickelback - Let's face it, many people do not find Nickelback to be an in-your-face band. Whether it's because they have countless radio hits, a multitude of mainly female admirers, or because Chad Kroeger isn't your scruffy, stereotypical rocker, Nickelback isn't the first (or even second) band that comes to mind when you think "Hard Rock". However, anyone who witnessed their New Jersey show can attest that these guys are the definition of rock. With the first few notes of "Burn It to the Ground", and the fireworks and explosions that wildly flew everywhere, Nickelback confidently mesmerized the crowd. Through every song thereafter the crowd cheered, screamed, and applauded with force enough to shatter the sound barrier – and with good reason. While some bands use theatrics because their live performance is lacking, these guys use it only to further enhance their set, not a note of any song was off-key either musically or vocally. Nickelback's live show more than proves they are kings of hard rock. —Lilly Ryden
  • Nickelback - Let's face it, many people do not find Nickelback to be an in-your-face band. Whether it's because they have countless radio hits, a multitude of mainly female admirers, or because Chad Kroeger isn't your scruffy, stereotypical rocker, Nickelback isn't the first (or even second) band that comes to mind when you think "Hard Rock". However, anyone who witnessed their New Jersey show can attest that these guys are the definition of rock. With the first few notes of "Burn It to the Ground", and the fireworks and explosions that wildly flew everywhere, Nickelback confidently mesmerized the crowd. Through every song thereafter the crowd cheered, screamed, and applauded with force enough to shatter the sound barrier – and with good reason. While some bands use theatrics because their live performance is lacking, these guys use it only to further enhance their set, not a note of any song was off-key either musically or vocally. Nickelback's live show more than proves they are kings of hard rock. —Lilly Ryden
  • Nickelback - Let's face it, many people do not find Nickelback to be an in-your-face band. Whether it's because they have countless radio hits, a multitude of mainly female admirers, or because Chad Kroeger isn't your scruffy, stereotypical rocker, Nickelback isn't the first (or even second) band that comes to mind when you think "Hard Rock". However, anyone who witnessed their New Jersey show can attest that these guys are the definition of rock. With the first few notes of "Burn It to the Ground", and the fireworks and explosions that wildly flew everywhere, Nickelback confidently mesmerized the crowd. Through every song thereafter the crowd cheered, screamed, and applauded with force enough to shatter the sound barrier – and with good reason. While some bands use theatrics because their live performance is lacking, these guys use it only to further enhance their set, not a note of any song was off-key either musically or vocally. Nickelback's live show more than proves they are kings of hard rock. —Lilly Ryden
  • Nickelback - Let's face it, many people do not find Nickelback to be an in-your-face band. Whether it's because they have countless radio hits, a multitude of mainly female admirers, or because Chad Kroeger isn't your scruffy, stereotypical rocker, Nickelback isn't the first (or even second) band that comes to mind when you think "Hard Rock". However, anyone who witnessed their New Jersey show can attest that these guys are the definition of rock. With the first few notes of "Burn It to the Ground", and the fireworks and explosions that wildly flew everywhere, Nickelback confidently mesmerized the crowd. Through every song thereafter the crowd cheered, screamed, and applauded with force enough to shatter the sound barrier – and with good reason. While some bands use theatrics because their live performance is lacking, these guys use it only to further enhance their set, not a note of any song was off-key either musically or vocally. Nickelback's live show more than proves they are kings of hard rock. —Lilly Ryden
  • Nickelback - Let's face it, many people do not find Nickelback to be an in-your-face band. Whether it's because they have countless radio hits, a multitude of mainly female admirers, or because Chad Kroeger isn't your scruffy, stereotypical rocker, Nickelback isn't the first (or even second) band that comes to mind when you think "Hard Rock". However, anyone who witnessed their New Jersey show can attest that these guys are the definition of rock. With the first few notes of "Burn It to the Ground", and the fireworks and explosions that wildly flew everywhere, Nickelback confidently mesmerized the crowd. Through every song thereafter the crowd cheered, screamed, and applauded with force enough to shatter the sound barrier – and with good reason. While some bands use theatrics because their live performance is lacking, these guys use it only to further enhance their set, not a note of any song was off-key either musically or vocally. Nickelback's live show more than proves they are kings of hard rock. —Lilly Ryden
  • Nickelback - Let's face it, many people do not find Nickelback to be an in-your-face band. Whether it's because they have countless radio hits, a multitude of mainly female admirers, or because Chad Kroeger isn't your scruffy, stereotypical rocker, Nickelback isn't the first (or even second) band that comes to mind when you think "Hard Rock". However, anyone who witnessed their New Jersey show can attest that these guys are the definition of rock. With the first few notes of "Burn It to the Ground", and the fireworks and explosions that wildly flew everywhere, Nickelback confidently mesmerized the crowd. Through every song thereafter the crowd cheered, screamed, and applauded with force enough to shatter the sound barrier – and with good reason. While some bands use theatrics because their live performance is lacking, these guys use it only to further enhance their set, not a note of any song was off-key either musically or vocally. Nickelback's live show more than proves they are kings of hard rock. —Lilly Ryden
  • Nickelback - Let's face it, many people do not find Nickelback to be an in-your-face band. Whether it's because they have countless radio hits, a multitude of mainly female admirers, or because Chad Kroeger isn't your scruffy, stereotypical rocker, Nickelback isn't the first (or even second) band that comes to mind when you think "Hard Rock". However, anyone who witnessed their New Jersey show can attest that these guys are the definition of rock. With the first few notes of "Burn It to the Ground", and the fireworks and explosions that wildly flew everywhere, Nickelback confidently mesmerized the crowd. Through every song thereafter the crowd cheered, screamed, and applauded with force enough to shatter the sound barrier – and with good reason. While some bands use theatrics because their live performance is lacking, these guys use it only to further enhance their set, not a note of any song was off-key either musically or vocally. Nickelback's live show more than proves they are kings of hard rock. —Lilly Ryden
  • Nickelback - Let's face it, many people do not find Nickelback to be an in-your-face band. Whether it's because they have countless radio hits, a multitude of mainly female admirers, or because Chad Kroeger isn't your scruffy, stereotypical rocker, Nickelback isn't the first (or even second) band that comes to mind when you think "Hard Rock". However, anyone who witnessed their New Jersey show can attest that these guys are the definition of rock. With the first few notes of "Burn It to the Ground", and the fireworks and explosions that wildly flew everywhere, Nickelback confidently mesmerized the crowd. Through every song thereafter the crowd cheered, screamed, and applauded with force enough to shatter the sound barrier – and with good reason. While some bands use theatrics because their live performance is lacking, these guys use it only to further enhance their set, not a note of any song was off-key either musically or vocally. Nickelback's live show more than proves they are kings of hard rock. —Lilly Ryden
  • Nickelback - Let's face it, many people do not find Nickelback to be an in-your-face band. Whether it's because they have countless radio hits, a multitude of mainly female admirers, or because Chad Kroeger isn't your scruffy, stereotypical rocker, Nickelback isn't the first (or even second) band that comes to mind when you think "Hard Rock". However, anyone who witnessed their New Jersey show can attest that these guys are the definition of rock. With the first few notes of "Burn It to the Ground", and the fireworks and explosions that wildly flew everywhere, Nickelback confidently mesmerized the crowd. Through every song thereafter the crowd cheered, screamed, and applauded with force enough to shatter the sound barrier – and with good reason. While some bands use theatrics because their live performance is lacking, these guys use it only to further enhance their set, not a note of any song was off-key either musically or vocally. Nickelback's live show more than proves they are kings of hard rock. —Lilly Ryden
  • Nickelback - Let's face it, many people do not find Nickelback to be an in-your-face band. Whether it's because they have countless radio hits, a multitude of mainly female admirers, or because Chad Kroeger isn't your scruffy, stereotypical rocker, Nickelback isn't the first (or even second) band that comes to mind when you think "Hard Rock". However, anyone who witnessed their New Jersey show can attest that these guys are the definition of rock. With the first few notes of "Burn It to the Ground", and the fireworks and explosions that wildly flew everywhere, Nickelback confidently mesmerized the crowd. Through every song thereafter the crowd cheered, screamed, and applauded with force enough to shatter the sound barrier – and with good reason. While some bands use theatrics because their live performance is lacking, these guys use it only to further enhance their set, not a note of any song was off-key either musically or vocally. Nickelback's live show more than proves they are kings of hard rock. —Lilly Ryden
  • Nickelback - Let's face it, many people do not find Nickelback to be an in-your-face band. Whether it's because they have countless radio hits, a multitude of mainly female admirers, or because Chad Kroeger isn't your scruffy, stereotypical rocker, Nickelback isn't the first (or even second) band that comes to mind when you think "Hard Rock". However, anyone who witnessed their New Jersey show can attest that these guys are the definition of rock. With the first few notes of "Burn It to the Ground", and the fireworks and explosions that wildly flew everywhere, Nickelback confidently mesmerized the crowd. Through every song thereafter the crowd cheered, screamed, and applauded with force enough to shatter the sound barrier – and with good reason. While some bands use theatrics because their live performance is lacking, these guys use it only to further enhance their set, not a note of any song was off-key either musically or vocally. Nickelback's live show more than proves they are kings of hard rock. —Lilly Ryden
  • Nickelback - Let's face it, many people do not find Nickelback to be an in-your-face band. Whether it's because they have countless radio hits, a multitude of mainly female admirers, or because Chad Kroeger isn't your scruffy, stereotypical rocker, Nickelback isn't the first (or even second) band that comes to mind when you think "Hard Rock". However, anyone who witnessed their New Jersey show can attest that these guys are the definition of rock. With the first few notes of "Burn It to the Ground", and the fireworks and explosions that wildly flew everywhere, Nickelback confidently mesmerized the crowd. Through every song thereafter the crowd cheered, screamed, and applauded with force enough to shatter the sound barrier – and with good reason. While some bands use theatrics because their live performance is lacking, these guys use it only to further enhance their set, not a note of any song was off-key either musically or vocally. Nickelback's live show more than proves they are kings of hard rock. —Lilly Ryden
  • Nickelback - Let's face it, many people do not find Nickelback to be an in-your-face band. Whether it's because they have countless radio hits, a multitude of mainly female admirers, or because Chad Kroeger isn't your scruffy, stereotypical rocker, Nickelback isn't the first (or even second) band that comes to mind when you think "Hard Rock". However, anyone who witnessed their New Jersey show can attest that these guys are the definition of rock. With the first few notes of "Burn It to the Ground", and the fireworks and explosions that wildly flew everywhere, Nickelback confidently mesmerized the crowd. Through every song thereafter the crowd cheered, screamed, and applauded with force enough to shatter the sound barrier – and with good reason. While some bands use theatrics because their live performance is lacking, these guys use it only to further enhance their set, not a note of any song was off-key either musically or vocally. Nickelback's live show more than proves they are kings of hard rock. —Lilly Ryden
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