PAPA ROACH RELEASES LIVE VERSION OF 'SCARS' FEAT. CHRIS DAUGHTRY

Papa Roach after surprising the fans at the “Revolutions Live” tour stop in Nashville with an incredible performance of “Scars” and a very special surprise appearance from Chris Daughtry, the band has shared the new live version of their hit single.

The royalties from the song "Scars" featuring Chris Daughtry (Live)" will also be donated to AFSP in support of the "Talk Away The Dark" campaign. This impactful initiative teaches the warning signs of suicide and how to have a conversation that can save a life - whether it's someone else's or your own. There is help available – talking is the first step to preventing suicide.

Daughtry shares, "It was an honor to perform this classic that has been a favorite of my friend Jacoby and the boys when they came to Nashville. It's an even greater honor that it is being used to do some good for an organization that is close to from my heart."

Chris Daughtry is an American singer, songwriter, and musician. He rose to fame as a contestant on the fifth season of the reality television show "American Idol" in 2006, where he finished in fourth place. Following his appearance on "American Idol," Chris Daughtry formed the rock band Daughtry, which became highly successful.

The band's self-titled debut album, "Daughtry," was released in 2006 and achieved commercial success, featuring hit singles like "It's Not Over" and "Home." Chris Daughtry's powerful vocals and the band's rock sound contributed to their popularity. Daughtry has continued to release albums and remains a prominent figure in the rock music scene.

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