Nickelback rocked out on the Bangor waterfront on Friday, accompanied by Daughtry, and Shaman's Harvest on the Feed the Machine tour.

Shaman's Harvest is a new and upcoming rock band who hyped up the audience with their awesome guitar skills. Next up was Chris Daughtry, most known for being one of the top 5 finalist on the 5th season of American Idol.

Then, to headline the show, entered 5-time SOCAN (Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada) winner, Nickelback. Originally formed in Alberta, Canada, the band has been performing since 1995 with lead singer and guitarist, Chad Kroeger, along with brother, Mike Kroeger, on the bass, drummer Daniel Adair, back-up singer and guitarist Ryan Peake.

Opening up the show with its new single, "Feed the Machine," Nickelback brought the crowd to their feet. Then they took us down memory lane, playing hits such as "Photograph," "Far Away," "Afternoon," "If Today Was Your Last Day," and many more. The band ended its 90-minute set with the well-known hit "Gotta be Somebody."

Their next stop on the Feed the Machine tour is July 10th in Saratoga Springs, NY.