The Cardinals will host the Green Bay Packers Sunday in an NFC Wild Card Game at University of Phoenix Stadium and multi-platinum recording artist 3 Doors Down will entertain fans with a special halftime set.
3 Doors Down returns to University of Phoenix Stadium after performing at the Cardinals' Wild Card victory over the Atlanta Falcons last year.
The band has sold over 16 million albums and has recorded a string of #1 hits since releasing their debut 2000 album "The Better Life." That album contained three #1 hits - "Kryptonite," "Loser" and "Duck and Run" - as well as the popular "Be Like That." Their follow-up release "Away from the Sun" is best-known for the singles "Here Without You" and "When I'm Gone."
The band's self-titled release came out in May, 2008 and debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200. It was the band's fourth album to reach the top ten and features hits such as "Let Me Be Myself," "Citizen/Solider," and "It's Not My Time" among others.
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