Daniel Adair

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Daniel Adair
Background information
Birth name Daniel Patrick Adair
Born February 19, 1975 (1975-02-19) (age 42)
Origin Vancouver, British Columbia,
Canada
Genres Alternative metal, progressive metal, post-grunge, hard rock, heavy metal, alternative rock, jazz fusion, southern rock, pop rock
Occupations Musician, drummer
Instruments drums, guitar, bass, vocals
Years active 2002–present
Associated acts Nickelback, Martone, Theory of a Deadman, 3 Doors Down, Suspect, Burn Halo, Thornley
Website daniel-adair.com

Daniel Patrick Adair (born February 19, 1975) is a Canadian musician and producer. He is the current drummer of the Canadian rock band Nickelback. He also played for the American rock band 3 Doors Down.

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Adair originally auditioned for David Martone, a guitarist that wanted to start a instrumental fusion band. They shortened the name of the band to Martone and they recorded their first album in 1999.

In the summer of 2002, he auditioned for the band 3 Doors Down and played as their touring and studio drummer. He recorded their third studio album Seventeen Days and live album Another 700 Miles.

He left the band in January 2005 and joined Nickelback. He recorded their fifth studio album, All the Right Reasons, their sixth studio album, Dark Horse and their seventh studio album, Here and Now.[1]

He also recorded drum tracks for James Hart's band Burn Halo.[1]

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