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Nickelback is a Canadian rock band formed in 1995 in Hanna, Alberta, Canada. The band is composed of guitarist and lead vocalist Chad Kroeger, guitarist, keyboardist and backing vocalist Ryan Peake, bassist Mike Kroeger, and drummer Daniel Adair. The band went through a few drummer changes between 1995 and 2005, achieving its current lineup when Adair replaced drummer Ryan Vikedal.

Nickelback is one of the most commercially successful Canadian groups, having sold more than 50 million albums worldwide[1] and ranking as the eleventh best-selling music act, and the second best-selling foreign act in the U.S. of the 2000s, behind The Beatles.[2][3] Billboard ranks them the most successful rock group of the decade; their song "How You Remind Me" was listed as the best-selling rock song of the decade and the fourth best-selling of the decade. They were listed number seven on the Billboard top artist of the decade, with four albums listed on the Billboard top albums of the decade.[4]

The band signed with Roadrunner Records in 1999 and re-released their once-independent album The State.[5] The band achieved commercial success with the release of their 2000 album The State and then they achieved mainstream success with the release of their 2001 album Silver Side Up.[6] Following the release of Silver Side Up the band released their biggest and most known hit today, "How You Remind Me" which peaked number 1 on the American and Canadian charts at the same time.[7] Then, the band's fourth album The Long Road (2003) spawned 5 singles and continued the band's mainstream success with their hit single "Someday" which peaked at number 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 1 at the Canadian Singles Chart.[8] Afterwards, the band put out their biggest album to date, All The Right Reasons (2005) which produced 3 top 10 singles and 5 top 20 singles, on the Billboard Hot 100 example of songs like "Photograph", "Far Away", and "Rockstar".[7] The band's album Dark Horse (2008) was a success which produced eight singles, one of which peaked on the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 and two of which peaked on the top 20 on the Billboard Hot 100. In 2011, the band released their seventh album Here and Now which again topped the charts.[9] Their eighth studio album No Fixed Address was released on 17 November 2014,[10] and their ninth studio album, Feed the Machine, was released on June 16, 2017.

The band is based in Vancouver, British Columbia. The band's original domestic signing was with EMI Canada. They subsequently obtained an American deal with global distribution via Roadrunner Records. For the release of their seventh album, the band parted from EMI Canada and signed a new Canadian domestic distribution deal with Universal Music Canada.[11]


The band was formed in the early 1990s as a cover band called "Village Idiot"[12] by Chad Kroeger, Ryan Peake, Mike Kroeger, and Brandon Kroeger. The band later changed its name to Nickelback, which originated from the nickel in change that band member Mike Kroeger gave customers at his job at Starbucks; he would frequently say, "Here's your nickel back."[13][14] The band performed covers of songs from Led Zeppelin and Metallica. Chad Kroeger then asked his step-father to give him $4,000 so that the band could record their first demo, a seven-track EP of original material, called Hesher (1996).[15][14] The band spent half the money to record the EP, and spent the other half on magic mushrooms.[12]

Curb and The State (1996–2000)

In 1996, the band recorded and released their first full-length album, Curb. "Fly" was included on both Hesher and Curb and was the first single produced by Nickelback. In 1997, Brandon Kroeger left the band and the band searched for a new drummer. Later that year Mitch Guindon joined the band, but he decided to leave in 1998 because he started working in a car company. In Summer 1998, Ryan Vikedal joined the band.

Roadrunner A&R Ron Burman told HitQuarters that one of his West Coast scouts sent him the self-released album and, suitably impressed, he travelled to Vancouver to see them perform live. Although an unknown property in the industry at the time, the venue was packed out. In Burman's words: "I immediately got the chills! I thought their song 'Leader of Men' was a smash hit."[16] Off the stage he was impressed by their industry and initiative in managing their career. Despite this, it still took Burman three months for him to convince his label bosses to approve the signing, a decision that would mark Roadrunner's first move into mainstream rock.[16] Nickelback signed a record deal with EMI and Roadrunner Records in 1999.

The State, was released by Nickelback in 2000 by Roadrunner Records and EMI Canada. The State, was released in Europe in 2001. It spawned 4 singles: "Old Enough", "Worthy to Say", "Leader of Men" and "Breathe", the last two being Top 10 rock hits. The album was the band's first album to be certified gold status and it later went into platinum status in 2008, after the success of their later albums.[17] The album entered the Billboard 200 at number 130 and peaked at number 3 in the Billboard Top Heatseekers albums chart and peaked at number 6 on the Billboard Top Independent albums chart.[18]

Silver Side Up and The Long Road (2001–04)

Around 2001, Chad Kroeger started "studying every piece, everything sonically, everything lyrically, everything musically, chord structure. I would dissect every single song that I would hear on the radio or every song that had ever done well on a chart and I would say, 'Why did this do well?'" Kroeger said that Nickelback's single "How You Remind Me" sold so well because it was about romantic relationships, a universal subject, and contained memorable hooks.[19]

To record their third album Silver Side Up, Nickelback collaborated with producer Rick Parashar. The album was written before the release The State and was recorded at the same studio.[20] The album was released on Tuesday, September 11, 2001. The album peaked number 2 on the Billboard 200 with over 177,000 copies sold in its first week and peaked number 1 at the Canadian albums chart making the band's first album to do so.[21] The single "How You Remind Me" was a number one single on the Mainstream and Modern rock charts, as well as the pop chart. It also peaked at number two on Adult Top 40 and became the Billboard Hot 100 number one single of the year for 2002. The next single was "Too Bad", which also reached number one on the Mainstream Rock Chart. The final single from the album was "Never Again", which also one hit on Mainstream Rock.

In 2002, Chad Kroeger collaborated with Josey Scott on the Spider-Man theme song, "Hero". This recording also featured Tyler Connolly, Mike Kroeger, Matt Cameron, and Jeremy Taggart. In 2002, Nickelback released their first DVD Live at Home.

In 2003, Nickelback released The Long Road. The album was certified 3x Platinum by the RIAA in March 2005 and it had sold 3,591,000 copies as of April 2011.[22] It has sold over 5 million copies worldwide and in 2003 only the album sold 2 million copies worldwide.[23] It debuted at No. 6 on the Billboard 200. This was their first album produced by Joey Moi, a former classmate of the band's.[24]

It was ranked No. 157 on Billboard's 200 Albums of the Decade.[25] It spawned five singles. The lead single was "Someday" .[26] The band also released "Feelin' Way Too Damn Good" as a single, which peaked at number 3 on the Mainstream Rock Charts. "Figured You Out" was also released as a single and topped the Mainstream Rock Charts for 13 consecutive weeks.

All the Right Reasons (2005–07)

Just after New Year's Day 2005, drummer Ryan Vikedal was replaced by 3 Doors Down's drummer Daniel Adair.[27]

Nickelback promptly went into the studio with their new drummer from January through May 2005. The sessions resulted in their fifth studio album, All the Right Reasons which was released on October 3, 2005. It peaked number 1 on the Billboard 200 with 323,350 copies in its first week in the United States, as well as producing five U.S. Hot 100 top 20 singles: "Photograph", "Savin' Me", "Far Away", "If Everyone Cared" and "Rockstar". Three of these became U.S. Hot 100 top 10 singles.[28] Also, the album peaked number 1 at the Canadian albums chart. The album sold more than 12 million singles and over 9 million ringtones. The album also made Nickelback the first band in Nielsen BDS history to have 5 singles on the CHR charts. It included appearances by Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top, who played a guitar solo on the song "Follow You Home" and sang backing vocals on "Rock Star"—and a posthumously sampled appearance by Chad Kroeger's friend Dimebag Darrell from Pantera, culled from guitar outtakes. The band also used more acoustic sound on some songs. "Savin' Me," for instance, included strings and piano as well as guitars. "We were a little scared of using piano," Chad Kroeger said in a biography on the band's website.[19] "We just didn't think it was very rock and roll." But once they heard the result, he added, they liked it. All the Right Reasons had sold over 7 million copies in the US to June 19, 2010.[29]

Immediately after the new album was released, Kroeger sued Vikedal in a British Columbia provincial court, seeking to prevent Vikedal from receiving any more public performance royalties from the band's recordings.[27]

The band spent much time of 2006 and 2007 touring across the globe. In the fall of 2006, the band opened for Bon Jovi on the European leg of the Have a Nice Day Tour.[30] Over 2 million fans attended Nickelback's shows during those two years.[31]

The band played at Sturgis, South Dakota to over 35,000 people at the 2006 Sturgis Bike Rally. The performance was filmed with 15 high-definition cameras. They released the DVD and Blu-ray for it on 2009 several years after the performance.[32]

In November 2006, the band won an American Music Award for best pop/rock album, surprising the band itself. "We just kinda showed up because we were supposed to give one of these away tonight," Chad Kroeger said after receiving the award. Chad Kroeger added he had thought the Red Hot Chili Peppers would win the award.[33]

Aside from all the success of All the Right Reasons, lead singer Kroeger began his own label named 604 Records in 2005, holding the position of executive producer.[34]

The group was inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame in 2007.[35]

Dark Horse (2008–10)

After taking much of 2007 off, the band started recording a new album in earnest. In July 2008, the band signed with Live Nation for three touring and album cycles, with an option for a fourth.[36]

On September 4, 2008, it was announced that the first single from the upcoming album would be "If Today Was Your Last Day", to be released on September 30, 2008. This announcement was however never confirmed: Roadrunner Records actually chose to release another song, "Gotta Be Somebody," as the first single. It became Nickelback's 5th and so far final single to hit the #1 spot on the U.S. Adult Top 40 chart.[37] The new album, produced by Mutt Lange and titled Dark Horse, was released on November 18, 2008.[38] "Something in Your Mouth" was released as the second single to rock radio only on December 15, 2008, where it reached number one. "If Today Was Your Last Day" was eventually released as a single after all on March 31, 2009: it became the third single from the album. Four more singles were released later in 2009, "I'd Come for You", "Burn It to the Ground" and "Never Gonna Be Alone" released in September and "Shakin' Hands" as the seventh single on November 16.[39] Its eighth single, "This Afternoon", was released on March 23, 2010. Dark Horse was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on December 9, 2008, only three weeks after its North American release. All eight singles were major hits which finished at or near the top of at least one high-profile chart.

On November 26, 2008, the band announced the tour for the support of the album. Livenation produced the tour and the band kicked off in Nashville, Tennessee, with Seether, and Saving Abel as their opening acts.[40] The band then announced that they were about to tour in the UK with Black Stone Cherry as their opening act.[41] The band then announced the second leg of the tour of North America with the opening acts being Hinder, Papa Roach, and once again, Saving Abel.[41] The band then went on tour around Australia and New Zealand with Sick Puppies as their supporting act.[41] For the second leg of the Europe tour, the band played with their opening act Daughtry.[42] The third leg of the North America tour kicked of with Breaking Benjamin, Sick Puppies and Shinedown opening up for the band.[43] The band concluded their tour with the fourth leg in North America which included Buckcherry and Three Days Grace.[44] The tour was very successful and the band sold over 1.6 million tickets with 146 shows.[45]

The album also remained in the top 20 on the Billboard 200 for weeks after its release.[46][47] The album was certified two times platinum in April 2009, and had by April 2010 sold over 3 million copies in the U.S.[47] However, critical reception of the album has been mostly mixed to negative.[48] In 2009, the band won three Juno Awards for Juno Fan Choice Award, group of the year, and album of the year;[49] the band performed their single "Something In Your Mouth" at the ceremony.[50] In 2010, Billboard year end charts listed Dark Horse as the top-selling rock and metal album of the year.[51] The band was also listed at the top selling hard rock artist.[52] On January 29, 2010 they released a Tap-Tap rhythm game for on the App Store, contrary to the band's prior comments against other music related video games such as Guitar Hero.[53] On February 28, 2010, Nickelback gave a performance at the beginning of the concert portion of the 2010 Winter Olympics closing ceremony, performing "Burn It to the Ground". In October 2010 Nickelback finished their Dark Horse Tour.[54]

Here and Now (2011–13)

Chad Kroeger said in an interview with in September 2010 that songwriting for the next Nickelback album was planned to commence as early as February 2011 with "about four tunes" already in mind.[55] Adair mentioned that the band wanted to go back to the musical style of All The Right Reasons, which he described as "more organic."[56]

Nickelback announced their new album, Here and Now, on September 8, 2011, along with its two lead singles, "Bottoms Up" and "When We Stand Together". Kroeger said “We’re four people who love making music, the way we like to make it. We entered the studio this year with a vision, and it all came together. We’re extremely happy with the results, and can’t wait to share them with our fans.” The album was released on November 21, 2011, with the band calling it "Nickelblack Monday", a play on Nickelback and Black Monday.[57] Two singles were released to radio stations on September 26, and September 27 for purchase on iTunes.[58]

Here and Now peaked at number two on the Billboard 200, selling 226,714 copies in its first week of release, with Christmas by Michael Bublé taking number one by a margin of only 419 copies.[59]

As part of promotion for the album, Nickelback was booked to perform at the halftime shows for both an NFL Thanksgiving Day game at Ford Field in Detroit on November 24, and the 99th Grey Cup in the band's hometown of Vancouver on November 27.[60] However, the announcement that Nickelback would perform at halftime in Detroit was met with heavy opposition by fans—who believed that a Canadian band should not be playing a halftime show for an American football game relating to an American holiday, and that Detroit's musical heritage would be damaged by an association with the band. An online petition proposing that Nickelback be removed from the festivities at the game received over 55,000 signatures from fans.[61] Nickelback responded to this on a video on Funny or Die as a joke.[62] Despite the objections, the band performed "When We Stand Together" during the halftime show. USA Today reporter noted however that the Detroit Lions' 7-point deficit going into halftime had received a more negative response than the performance.[63] On November 13, 2011 Nickelback performed on the WWE Tribute to The Troops. Also, Nickelback donated $50,000 to BC Children's Hospital.[64] Also, as a promotion the band played to Jimmy Kimmel upon the album's release.[65] The band is nominated for 4 Juno Awards in 2012, and scheduled to perform at the ceremony.[66]

Nickelback announced their Here and Now Tour on January 11, 2012, they are going to tour with Seether, Bush and My Darkest Days.[34] The band released a music video for their fourth single off of the album Lullaby.[67]

The band officially announced the compilation album The Best of Nickelback Volume 1 through social media on October 3, 2013.[68] Frontman Chad Kroeger had previously stated in an interview that the greatest hits album was to feature songs from previous albums along with new songs[69] but the unveiled track listing ultimately contained only previously released material.[70]

No Fixed Address (2014–2015)

According to an interview with Chad Kroeger on CFOX-FM, the band planned to release their eighth studio album before the end of 2014. The lead rock single was also announced, "Edge of a Revolution", was released in August 2014. The track was described as a 'departure' for Nickelback and a political song. Frequent collaborator Chris Lord-Alge returned to mix some of the tracks on the album. It was also announced the band had signed to Republic Records.[71] The lead single from the album is titled "Edge Of A Revolution", and was scheduled to be sent for adds on Rock radio and be released to iTunes on August 18.[72][73][74] The lead pop single, and second overall, was announced to be "What Are You Waiting For?", and was released in September. "What Are You Waiting For?" was released as a single on digital retailers on September 9, 2014.[75] On August 22, 2014, Nickelback announced the album's title to be No Fixed Address, and released it on November 17, 2014.[76][77]

Feed the Machine (2016–present)

On August 19, 2016, Nickelback released a cover of Don Henley's song "Dirty Laundry" to streaming services.[78] On January 23, 2017, a new single, "Feed the Machine" was announced to be released on February 1, alongside specific details of a 2017 tour.[79] On January 25, Nickelback signed with BMG Rights Management to release their ninth album, also titled Feed the Machine.[80] The album was released on June 16, 2017.[81] The band released their second single from the album, "Song on Fire", on April 28, 2017.[82]

Musical style and influences

Nickelback has been described as various genres, including post-grunge,[83][84][85][86][87] hard rock,[88][89][83] pop rock,[90][91][92] alternative rock,[87][93] heavy metal,[83][94] alternative metal,[95][87][96] and nu metal.[97][98] Their earlier sound has been classified as grunge.[99] Nickelback was influenced by music artists such as Creedence Clearwater Revival,[100] Red Hot Chili Peppers, Metallica, U2 and Bob Marley.[12][101]


Review aggregator Metacritic reports that five of Nickelback's six most recent studio albums since becoming a mainstream act, The Long Road, All the Right Reasons, Dark Horse, Here and Now, and No Fixed Address, have scores of 62, 41, 49, 51, and 54, respectively, out of 100, indicating generally mixed reviews.[102] AllMusic reviewer Liana Jones gave their first commercially successful album, Silver Side Up, 3-stars out of 5, and complimented their "intensity and raw passion" and realistic storytelling.[103]

Following their 2008 album, Dark Horse, ChartAttack credited the band's success to knowing their target audience: "Chad Kroeger is a genius because he knows exactly what people want and precisely how far he can go. He turned out an extremely racy album that's loaded with songs about gettin' drunk and doin' it all without breaking any taboos, and with enough love and moral authority to grease its passage into the mainstream. Rejoice, North America. This is your world."[104] Billboard gave praise to the band: "The bulletproof Nickelback provides affordable fun that promises good returns in hard times."[105] Various fellow musicians like Chris Martin of Coldplay[106] as well as R&B singers Timbaland[107] and Keyshia Cole[108] support the band.

Nickelback have been criticized for over-use of themes involving strippers, sex, prostitutes, drugs, and alcohol consumption,[109] and for the derivative, repetitive and formulaic nature of their music.[110][111][112] In November 2011, users of the music-oriented dating site voted Nickelback as the number one musical turnoff, edging out Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga.[113] In May 2013, the readers of Rolling Stone magazine named Nickelback the second worst band of the 1990s, behind only Creed.[114]

Band members



  • Curb (1996)
  • The State (1998)
  • Silver Side Up (2001)
  • The Long Road (2003)
  • All the Right Reasons (2005)
  • Dark Horse (2008)
  • Here and Now (2011)
  • No Fixed Address (2014)
  • Feed the Machine (2017)


2008 - Won SOCAN International Achievement Award[115]

2007 - Won SOCAN International Achievement Award[116]

2005 - Won SOCAN International Achievement Award[117]

2004 - Won SOCAN International Achievement Award[118]

2003 - Won SOCAN International Achievement Award for the song "How You Remind Me"[119]


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External links

  • Official website
  • Nickelback on IMDb
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