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article imageReview: David Cook and Daughtry will blow you away with rock classics Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jun 6, 2018 in Music
Kansas City - On June 2, rock singer-songwriters (and American Idol alums) David Cook and Chris Daughtry collaborated together on rock classics.
This was a part of the celebrity auction at Midland Theater for the Big Slick Celebrity Weekend, which benefits Children's Mercy Hospital of Kansas City in Missouri. For more information on the Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, check out its official website.
Both musicians accompanied themselves on acoustic guitars. They covered "I Won't Back Down" by Tom Petty, where Daughtry and Cook both soared on harmonies. Their voices blended well together, and they were soothing and powerful at the same time. Equally compelling was their version of "The Chain" by Fleetwood Mac, as everybody was singing along with them. Their performance garnered a warm reception, and rightfully so.
Chris Daughtry performing at Westbury
Chris Daughtry performing at Westbury
Mark Schoen
Speaking of Daughtry, he just announced his upcoming fifth studio album, Cage to Rattle, will be released on July 27 via 19 Recordings/RCA Records. It features his lead single "Deep End."
To learn more about David Cook, visit his official homepage.
For more information on Daughtry, check out their Facebook page, and website.
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