Three Days Grace

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Three Days Grace

Three Days Grace performing in concert in 2008.
Background information
Origin Norwood, Ontario, Canada
Genres Alternative rock
Post-grunge
Hard rock
Grunge/Punk rock (as Groundswell)
Years active 1992–present
Labels Jive
Website www.threedaysgrace.com
Members
Barry Stock
Neil Sanderson
Brad Walst
Past members
Adam Gontier

Three Days Grace is a Canadian alternative rock band. They formed in 1992 in Norwood, Ontario as a post-grunge band and were originally called Groundswell. There are four members in the band: Adam Gontier, Barry Stock, Neil Sanderson and Brad Walst. The band was named "Number One Rock Artist of the Year" by Billboard.

Gontier resigned from the band on January 9, 2013 due to a "non-life threatening" health issue and was replaced by My Darkest Days lead singer Matt Walst.[1]

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