Saturday, April 12, 2008

bios on Three Days Grace members

Okay, I obviousely will not be putting info on Adam Gontier.
Because I have already written a blog about him.
So if you really care, you will go look under Marc and find Adam's bio.
Neil Sanderson
Neil Christopher Sanderson was born on December 17, 1978 in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada and is the drummer and back-up vocalist for Canadian alternative rock band Three Days Grace. He lists his influences as Led Zeppelin, The Doors, Tool, and Portishead.
Sanderson was born in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada though he grew up in Norwood, Ontario, Canada. He also was in a former band called "Oddball" with Thousand Foot Krutch lead singer Trevor McNevan. During his freshmen year of high school, he formed Groundswell with his friends Adam Gontier and Brad Walst. The band was a success in their town, so they pursued it as a living and the band was re-named to Three Days Grace. Later, Barry Stock was added to the band.
In July 2007 when Sanderson's wife, Janin, were expecting their first child, the band took a break from the tour so that Sanderson would be able to witness the birth. Their child was born on July 28, 2007 and is a girl named Violet.
Neil's Yamaha Oak Custom Kit includes: 24x17 bass drum, 12x9 mounted tom, 16x16 and 18x16 floor toms, and a 14x5.5 snare drum. He uses Yamaha Drums, Sabian Cymbals, Evans Drumheads, Vic Firth drumsticks, Gibraltar drum throne, Mountain Ryhthm Djembes as well as singing backing vocals to the Three Days Grace songs.
Brad Walst
Bradley "Brad" Walst was born on February 16, 1977 in Norwood, Ontario, Canada and is the bassist and backing vocalist for Canadian alternative rock band Three Days Grace.
Brad was born in 1977. He is the older brother to Matt Walst, who is the lead vocalist and guitarist for My Darkest Days. He is married to Rhonda Walst, and together the two of them have a child named James Walst.
Brad uses Lakland Guitars, Ernie Ball Guitars, Peavey Amps, Peavey Cabinets, Boss Pedals, Sans Amp Pedals. He lists his influences as band member Adam Gontier and his parents.
Barry Stock
Barry Stock was born on April 24, 1974 in Caledon, Ontario, Canada and is the lead guitarist for Canadian band Three Days Grace.
Barry is a soon-to-be father. He is married to his wife, Heather, of three years. He is also 34 years of age. He is the oldest person in the band of Three Days Grace.
Barry uses Ibanez. He uses a specific guitar, an Ibanez SZ320. He is seen using it in shows. He is also seen using an Ibanez SZ4020FM Prestige. He uses Marshall Amplification. He also uses all sorts of effect pedals, mostly by Digitech.
Okay, I do not know when these bios were made.
So things could have changed a little.
And like I said, if you want to see Adam's bio, you have to go into my archive.
Remember, it is under March.

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