After charting three #1 songs from its five-times platinum debut and spending more than two years on the road, Daughtry released their already platinum Leave This Town (19/RCA). The album entered at the top of the Billboard 200, making it the band’s second #1 album. The album’s first single, “No Surprise,” extended the group’s extraordinary streak of #1 singles to four. The band’s second and current single "Life After You" is following the same path. A work of remarkable creativity and range, Leave This Town smoothly shifts gears from powerful rock (“No Surprise,” “Everytime You Turn Around”), to hushed ballads (“September”), and emotional mid-tempo rockers (“Life After You,” “Learned My Lesson”). The album also includes the country-influenced “Tennessee Line,” a track Chris wrote with Craddock that features vocal harmonies by country-music superstar Vince Gill. In addition to writing with all his bandmates, Chris also collaborated with some of rock’s savviest songsmiths for the album, penning “Learned My Lesson” with Mitch Allan and “Ghost of Me” with music producer Brian Howes; both of whom co-wrote songs on Daughtry’s debut. Leave This Town also includes stellar contributions from Nickelback’s Chad Kroeger.