Kroeger developed the band Nickelback and released their first album Curb and the State in 1995.The album covered songs of Led Zeppelin and Metallica.
This record company helped bands to produce and release their music.
They helped Theory of a Deadman, Bo Bice, and Default when the company just started off.
Aside from the girl in the Camaro, there's little to reflect the turbulent subject matter of the song.
Connolly didn't write the treatment, but he said the band intentionally avoided a story line.
For a more professional profile, you can visit Wikipedia. Later after one year of marriage rumors started piling up about Chad and wife Avril trying to have a divorce.
Moving on to his personal life, Chad Kroeger has a history with the Franco-Canadian pop/rock star Avril Lavigne. They began working together; Kroeger collaborated with Avril for her fifth album. They were the darlings of media; they were everywhere. They were seen without their wedding rings in various events.
"They used computers to make it look like we're standing there.
I've seen a couple rough cuts, and Glen Bennett is a big special-effects whiz, so he's gonna make us all really awesome." While the video might be heavy on effects, it's pretty light on plot.
There has been no official announcement about their separation.