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Adair playing with Nickelback at the Perth Arena (2012)
February 19, 1975 |
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Daniel Patrick Adair (born February 19, 1975 Vancouver) is a Canadian drummer, percussionist, and producer. He is best known for his work with Nickelback and his previous work with 3 Doors Down. He also works with the Canadian band Suspect and the instrumental fusion band Martone.
Adair auditioned for a guitarist by the name of David Martone, a Berklee College of Music graduate, who was looking to start an instrumental fusion band. Soon this new band by the name 'Martone' began to record its first album in 1999. Adair says that, "David was and still is the greatest guitarist I've ever worked with. Since then we've created lots of exciting, challenging instrumental fusion music together. David's music helped me push the limit with my playing, and he's been a large influence and inspiration to me. My playing had matured, and I quickly jumped into some great gigs in town."
In the Summer of 2002, Adair had the opportunity to audition for and secure the job as the touring and studio drummer for the multi-platinum, Mississippi based band 3 Doors Down. During his time with the band he recorded the studio album 'Seventeen Days' and live album 'Another 700 Miles', toured 14 countries and had multiple TV appearances.
In January 2005, Adair left 3 Doors Down to join the Canadian band Nickelback. Seven months later they released the album 'All the Right Reasons' which has been his biggest success as it debuted at #1 on the Billboard. During his time with Nickelback, Adair has also appeared on albums and performed with Theory of a Deadman, Bo Bice, Martone, Thornley, Faber Drive and Lynyrd Skynyrd. The follow-up album to Nickelback's multi-platinum All the Right Reasons is called Dark Horse. The first single, "Gotta Be Somebody", was released on September 29 in North America. The album is produced Mutt Lange.
|1995||Martone||Shut Up 'N Listen|
|2002||Martone||A Demon's Dream|
|2004||3 Doors Down||Another 700 Miles||Live Album – Away From the Sun tour|
|2005||3 Doors Down||3 Doors Down Live DVD|
|2005||3 Doors Down||Seventeen Days|
|2005||Nickelback||All the Right Reasons|
|2005||Theory of a Deadman||Gasoline||song: "Santa Monica"|
|2006||Bo Bice||The Real Thing||song: "You're Everything"|
|2006||Martone||When Aliens Come|
|2007||Martone||When Aliens Come|
|2007||Martone||Live in Your Face DVD|
|2009||Burn Halo||Burn Halo|
|2011||Nickelback||Here and Now|
|2014||Nickelback||No Fixed Address|
|2016||My Negative Side||Up & Down|
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