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Chad Robert Kroeger, commonly known as Chad Kroeger, is a famous Canadian record producer, singer and songwriter, as well as an entrepreneur. To the public, Chad Kroeger is perhaps best known as the front-man for the band called “Nickelback”, with Ryan Peake, Mike Kroeger and Daniel Adair. Founded in 1995, the group first received public attention a year later, when they released their debut studio album called “Curb”. Several years later, the band achieved commercial success when their studio album “Silver Side Up” was released. The album, featuring such singles as “How You Remind Me” and “Never Again”, sold more than 5.6 million copies in the United States alone, which earned it a six-time Platinum certification from the RIAA. So far, “Nickelback” has released eight studio albums, the most recent of which entitled “No Fixed Address” came out in 2014. For their contributions to music, the group has been rewarded with 12 Juno Awards, seven MuchMusic Video Awards, six Billboard Music Awards, and two American Music Awards.
Chad Kroeger Net Worth $60 Million
A well-known singer and songwriter, how rich is Chad Kroeger? According to sources, Chad Kroeger’s net worth is estimated to be $60 million, most of which he has accumulated due to his involvement with “Nickelback”.
Chad Kroeger was born in 1974 in Alberta, Canada, where he spent most of his childhood. As a teenager, Kroeger had been interested in music, as a result of which he started playing guitar when he was 13 years old. Subsequently, Kroeger became a member of a cover band with Ryan Peake and Mike Kroeger, who would later become key members of the “Nickelback” band.
Aside from “Nickelback”, Kroeger has been actively collaborating with other artists, and even helped produce songs and albums for a number of bands. Kroeger is a founder of a production company called “604 Records”, which currently has such artists as Carly Rae Jepsen, Daniel Wesley, Tommy Lee, Dallas Smith and others under their label. One of Kroeger’s first collaborations was a song entitled “Hero”, which he recorded with Jeremy Taggart, Tyler Connolly and Josey Scott. The song was later featured as a theme song for Sam Raimi’s “Spider-Man” film with Tobey Maguire, Willem Dafoe and Kirsten Dunst. Kroeger then worked with Carlos Santana, for whom he wrote the songs “Why Don’t You & I” and “Into the Night”, and Chris Daughtry, for whom he co-wrote his debut single entitled “No Surprise”. Kroeger then collaborated with Timbaland on “Tomorrow In the Bottle”, and a single released by “My Darkest Days” called “Porn Star Dancing”. More recently, in 2012 Kroeger began working on Avril Lavigne’s self-titled studio album, which was released in 2013 to generally favorable critical reviews, as well as commercial success both in the United States and abroad.
In regards to his personal life, Chad Kroeger is married to the Canadian singer Avril Lavigne. The couple met in 2012, and soon started dating. Eventually, their relationship ended in marriage. The date for the marriage was set on the 1st of July in 2013.
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|Year||Award||Ceremony||Nomination||Movie||Award shared with|
|2004||Grammy||Grammy Awards||Best Rock Song||· Mike Kroeger (Songwriter)
· Ryan Peake (Songwriter)
· Ryan Vikedal (Songwriter)
|2003||Critics Choice Award||Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards||Best Song||Spider-Man (2002)|
|2003||Grammy||Grammy Awards||Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media||Spider-Man (2002)|
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|1||His father left the family when Chad was age 2. His song "Too Bad" is written about it.|
|2||Last name is pronounced "Kr-oo-ger." It rhymes with "cougar.".|
|3||Used to work as a telemarketer and selling seafood door-to-door.|
|4||Goes by his mother's maiden name.|
|5||Parents are Wendall "Windy" Turton and Debbie Kroeger.|
|6||Didn't graduate from high school.|
|7||After a world tour and promotion of 2005's highly acclaimed "All the Right Reasons", his band, Nickelback, is planning to record and release a new album sometime this year or 2008. [January 2007]|
|8||They have recently released a very popular album titled 'Here and Now'. They are in the middle of a tour. Their single "When We Stand Together" looks to be a very promising hit, as it already has 40 million views on YouTube. [January 2012]|
|9||Second husband of Avril Lavigne.|
|10||Brother-in-law of Michelle Lavigne and Michael Lavigne.|
|11||After being in a relationship for only six months, Chad announced his engagement to Avril Lavigne on August 21, 2012.|
|12||Was engaged to hair salon owner Marianne Gurick from 2002 until 2009.|
|13||He is a fan of the movie, Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004), which stars Will Ferrell.|
|14||He placed #6 on the Boston Phoenix Web site list, "The 100 Unsexiest Men in the World".|
|15||Grew up in Hanna, Alberta|
|16||Has his own record label, VI-0-IV Records (pronounced "604").|
|17||Produces the albums for the band, Default.|
|18||Was responsible for getting the band, Thornley signed to "Roadrunner Records". Thornley is headed by former "Big Wreck" singer/guitarist, Ian Thornley.|
|19||2002 - Wrote "Why Don't You & I?" for Santana's multi-platinum selling album, "Shaman".|
|20||Lead singer of the band, Nickelback.|
|21||Chad has an older brother, Mike Kroeger, who is also in the band, Nickelback.|
|1||If my music is fucking up your life, change the station, dude. At the end of the day, I'm just some guy who sings in a rock-and-roll band. I'm not Hitler.|
|2||I will never put another human being in front of my band. Ever. Do you have any idea how hard it is to tell a woman you love that if it ever came down to her or the band, she'd be packing her suitcase? I mean, you never want to explain it quite like that.|
|3||We are four lucky bastards -- not a day goes by that I don't wake up and think, 'I'm thankful to be able to play music for a living. And to be heard.'|
|4||We thought about when we were selling 5,000 copies of our record a week last year, when all we wanted to do was start selling 150,000 records a week, right. And now that we're doing it, we don't even think about it, all we ever think about is time off! I think we'd almost give up one week's sales for one week off. Give up 100,000 records just to go to Hawaii.|
|1||Curly hair and goatee|