Daughtry to Bring New Rock Sound to Fantasy Springs This Summer

The following was submitted for publication by Fantasy Springs: 

Daughtry, the chart topping rock band fronted by multi-platinum lead singer, Chris Daughtry, are bringing their award-winning brand of Rock n’ Roll to the Fantasy Springs Special Events Center on Saturday, August 2, 2014.


An instant hit amongst rock fans from the start; Daughtry’s self-titled first album debuted at No. 2 and sold 304,000 units in its first week. The fastest selling rock album in SoundScan history - certified 4x platinum in the US, selling more than 7 million worldwide. It produced five consecutive singles in the top five of the Adult Top 40 radio charts; three of these, "It's Not Over," "Home" and "Over You" have each sold over 1 or more million copies in the US.


Now on their fourth full-length studio album, Baptized, Chris Daughtry and band, were motivated by intensely creative writing sessions and quickly discovered the direction of the latest body of work.


"I needed a change," Chris Daughtry admits. "I started hearing these new sounds over my voice, and it was so inspiring. There wasn't just one style either. It was a completely different vibe all around. I really wanted to pursue that to the fullest. This is probably one of the most inspiring records I've ever done."


Now on tour with their latest sound and a long list of hits in tow from three successful prior albums, Daughtry is set to rock the stage at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino Saturday, August 2, 2014.


Tickets for the 8PM performance are on sale Friday, May 30th for $59, $39 and $29 at the Fantasy Springs Box Office, via telephone (800) 827-2946 or online at www.FantasySpringsResort.com.


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