3 Doors Down
Arena @ Mohegan Sun Casino
Uncasville, CT
February 17, 2013

with Daughtry & Aranda

Source info:

Sennheiser ME-104's>Tascam DR-07 (16/44.1, 40hz bass rolloff)
>USB> PC> GoldWave v5.56 (invert, balance levels)> CDWaveEditor v1.96 (track split)> TLH> Flac (6)

Taper: Ringfedder
Location: Section 18
Sound Quality: Very Good



01. Time of My Life
02. It's Not My Time
03. Duck and Run
04. The Road I'm On
05. Away From the Sun
06. Let Me Go
07. - Brad speaks -
08. Goodbye
09. Loser
10. There's a Life
11. Landing In London
12. - Brad speaks -
13. One Light
14. Here Without You
15. Citizen Soldier (w/ Brad & Greg drum solo)
16. Symphony of Destruction
17. Kryptonite w/ Chris Daughtry
18. When I'm Gone

The Band:

Brad Arnold � lead vocals
Todd Harrell � bass guitar
Chris Henderson � rhythm guitar
Greg Upchurch � drums, percussion
Chet Roberts� lead guitar, backing vocals

Review from Examiner.com

3 Doors Down and Daughtry double-down at Mohegan Sun

February 19, 2013
By: Kristen Pierson

The second leg of the Daughtry and 3 Doors Down co-headline tour made a stop at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn. on Sunday Feb. 17, 2013.

After opening act Aranda warmed up the crowd, 3 Doors Down took the stage and immediately got the crowd on their feet and cheering. The band kicked-off a solid 16-song set with �Time of My Life�, from their 2011 album release. Their lively set also included the hits �Loser� and �Duck and Run� from the band's debut album, "The Better Life," as well as the newer songs �Goodbyes,� �There�s A Life� and �One Light� from the band's 2012 album, "The Greatest Hits."

3 Doors Down has a lot of energy and the huge stage gave them plenty of room to move around. Toward the end of the set, Chris Daughtry jumped onstage to join in the performance of the band�s biggest hit �Kryptonite.�

Next, Daughtry took the stage to close out the show with a 15-song set that included the songs �Renegade,� �Gone Too Soon,� and the smash hit "Home" from the band's self-titled debut album. The American Idol alumnus appeared more comfortable on the big stage than I have seen in previous years. Time and experience has given Daughtry greater ability to put on a dynamic performance, effortlessly shifting between ballads and hard rockin' songs.

Brad Arnold joined Daughtry onstage performing their version of Phil Collins� �In the Air Tonight.� The band ended the show with �September� and �It�s Not Over.� Daughtry continues to tour in support of his 2011 album "Break The Spell."