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Overview (3)

Born in Hanna, Alberta, Canada
Birth NameChad Robert Turton
Height 6' 0¾" (1.85 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Sometimes he is referred to as the "Scary Jesus man on TV." But no matter what he is in your eyes, Chad Kroeger is a man who has done very well in the rock world. Together with his band Nickelback, Chad has been very successful.

In summer 2002, Chad turned out to be a great artist even without Nickelback, when he released the song "Hero" from the movie soundtrack to Spider-Man (2002). He has also started his own record company, where he signed the upcoming rock band Theory of a Deadman .

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Tony Correa

Spouse (1)

Avril Lavigne (1 July 2013 - present) ( separated)

Trade Mark (1)

Curly hair and goatee

Trivia (21)

Chad has an older brother, Mike Kroeger, who is also in the band, Nickelback.
Lead singer of the band, Nickelback.
2002 - Wrote "Why Don't You & I?" for Santana's multi-platinum selling album, "Shaman".
Was responsible for getting the band, Thornley signed to "Roadrunner Records". Thornley is headed by former "Big Wreck" singer/guitarist, Ian Thornley.
Produces the albums for the band, Default.
Has his own record label, VI-0-IV Records (pronounced "604").
Grew up in Hanna, Alberta
He placed #6 on the Boston Phoenix Web site list, "The 100 Unsexiest Men in the World".
He is a fan of the movie, Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004), which stars Will Ferrell.
Was engaged to hair salon owner Marianne Gurick from 2002 until 2009.
After being in a relationship for only six months, Chad announced his engagement to Avril Lavigne on August 21, 2012.
Brother-in-law of Michelle Lavigne and Michael Lavigne.
Second husband of Avril Lavigne.
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]
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]
Didn't graduate from high school.
Parents are Wendall "Windy" Turton and Debbie Kroeger.
Goes by his mother's maiden name.
Used to work as a telemarketer and selling seafood door-to-door.
Last name is pronounced "Kr-oo-ger." It rhymes with "cougar.".
His father left the family when Chad was age 2. His song "Too Bad" is written about it.

Personal Quotes (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.
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.'
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.
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.

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