Noughties rock star looks unrecognisable with long hair 23 years after hit song | The Sun

FOR nearly three decades he's rocked audiences with his band's angst-driven anthems.

And while 3 Doors Down's musical formula might not have changed too much in that time, frontman Brad Arnold's hair certainly has.

The 44-year-old singer now owns a luscious mane, much different to the short 'do he hand when the band first cracked the charts at the turn of the millennium.

The band is currently on its Away From The Sun anniversary tour – marking 20 years of its second album – in the US, with the next show tomorrow night in Iowa.

When he's not rocking out on stage, Brad can be found exploring the great outdoors.

He recently paid a visit to the Joshua Tree National Park, California, sharing pictures and videos of the epic scenery.


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And closer to home, he climbed down a deep rock trench in his garden and showed off stunning views of Mississippi's Gulf Coast.

Earlier this year, Brad celebrated being seven years sober after overcoming alcohol addiction.

He wrote on Instagram: "I use to actually try to go a week without a drink. Sometimes I could….sometimes I couldn’t. Now there’s a year for every day of that week. I thank God for every single one of those days."

His fans congratulated him and spoke of their pride at his asvievement.

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3 Doors Down's debut album The Better Life was released in 2000 and found success off the back of their hit Kryptonite.

It's follow up cracked the top 10 in the US and contained hit singles When I'm Gone and the ballad Here Without You.

The group hit their commercial peak with follow up records Seventeen Days and a self-titled LP, both of which reached number one.

Their last record, Us and the Night, was released in 2016.

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