There were none of the trappings that usually come with rock-star celebrating — no hotel rooms destroyed, no groupies groped. For the guys in 3 Doors Down, the news that their third album, Seventeen Days, had debuted atop the Billboard albums chart was treated like no big deal. It's a dose of humility that goes hand-in-hand with their upbringing in Escatawpa, Mississippi.
"It's definitely news that changes you. Like, I was different before we found out. There was a time before and a time after," Arnold said. "But we're just going to keep going, keep touring. We're going to be out here on the road for a while. I've decided my home is the road, so I want to be out here as long as I can."