One of Chad's nicknames is Paddle Pop Lion.
In August 2012, Chad became engaged to Avril Lavigne. She is ten years older than him.
While playing the guitar, Chad Kroeger uses Paul Reed Smith guitars.
Chad Kroeger wrote Nickelback's biggest hit song "How You Remind Me" in only 15 minutes.
Chad Kroeger is a songwriter, performer, producer, label executive, and entrepreneur.
During a concert in Portugal on August 19, 2002, a member of the audience splashed a whole bottle of water on Chad Kroeger.
Chad Kroeger hangs his gold and platinum records around the pool table in his house.
Chad Kroeger wrote and produced many of the songs on Default's debut album, The Fallout.
Chad Kroeger wrote the lyrics to the songs while the rest of the band worked together on the music.
Chad and Mike Kroeger formed Nickelback in Vancouver in 1996 with their cousin Brandon (who is no longer in the band) and their buddy Ryan Peake.
Chad Kroeger wrote the lyrics for the song "Photograph," which ostensibly documents his life and continues to be played in heavy rotation on various radio and streaming radio stations.
Chad Kroeger taught himself to play guitar at age 13.
Chad Kroeger loves to play video games.
In 2002, Chad Kroeger produced the soundtrack for the movie Spider-Man.
Chad Kroeger produced the soundtrack for the movie Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle.
Chad Kroeger is often referred to as the "Kurt Cobain of the 21st Century" by others in the music industry.
Chad Kroeger is 6'1" tall.
Chad Kroeger wrote the song Side of a Bullet about the death of one of his friends, as well as a legendary guitarist, Dimebag Darrell who was shot on stage during a live event.
Nickelback's lead singer, Chad Kroeger, was the singer behind Hero, the famous song from Spiderman's soundtrack.
Vancouver, Canada's Theory of a Deadman were signed to Roadrunner Records by Chad.
Chad Kroeger sold soccer magazines before the band was formed.
Chad Kroeger spent 2 months in juvenile hall when he was 14.
Chad produces the albums for the band Default.
Chad has his own record label, VI-0-IV Records (pronounced "604").
Chad was responsible for getting the band Thornley signed to Roadrunner Records. Thornley is headed by former Big Wreck singer/guitarist Ian Thornley.
Chad Kroeger's Birth name is Chad Robert Turton. Kroeger is the surname of Chad's half-brother, Mike, and was used by Chad from childhood.
On June 22, 2006, Kroeger was arrested for drag racing in Surrey, British Columbia. On July 27, 2006 Kroeger was charged with drunk driving from the June 22 incident of drag racing.
Chad Kroeger sang with Santana in the song "Why Don't You and I," but later was replaced on the album with an alternative version with Alex band of The Calling.
Chad's half brother, Mike Kroeger, is also in the band Nickelback with him.
Chad Kroeger is the lead singer and guitarist for the band Nickelback.
Chad Kroeger: We're excited to be performing in Vegas and be able to reward lucky fans to play at this rockin' Poker event! We can't wait to feel the energy and excitement of playing for our Vegas fans.
Chad Kroeger: I definitely consider myself a songwriter first because that's my best attribute. I'll never be the best guitar player. I can definitely make more of a mark with my song writing.
Chad Kroeger: If you finish a song and it's not stuck in your head, then how will it stick in someone else's head when they've only heard it once or twice?
Chad Kroeger: We were a little scared of using piano. We just didn't think it was very rock and roll.
Chad Kroeger: (The video) has that whole John Cougar Mellencamp vibe to it � we did some shooting in the old high school gym, and we saw the principal that always used to suspend me, ... We made up. But I broke into that school 11 times. In the song I say, 'Criminal record says I broke in twice/ I must have done it half a dozen times.' It was actually 11. Now, it's sort of funny. The principal laughs about it and it's no big deal. But when I was in court, he didn't think it was so funny.
Chad Kroeger (on his motivation for writing the song, Dimebag Darrell was killed while performing onstage with Damageplan in Columbus, Ohio): I was very upset, and for two months, if I saw [Dimebag's] picture somewhere I would get angry.
Chad Kroeger: I wrote this song, Leader of Men, when I was high on magic mushrooms.
Chad Kroeger: We thought about when we were selling 5,000 copies of our record a week last year, when all we wanted to do was start selling 150,000 records a week, right. And now that we're doing it, we don't even think about it, all we ever think about is time off! I think we'd almost give up one week's sales for one week off. Give up 100,000 records just to go to Hawaii.