Alice in Chains’ troubled front man, Layne Staley, who died of a drug overdose in 2002, still lives on in an annual benefit concert in his hometown of Seattle. At this year’s show on Saturday, August 25, one of his unexpected admirers headlined. It was season five American Idol finalist Chris Daughtry, whose debut album is the fastest-selling debut rock album in SoundScan history. Though during his run for the top spot on the high-rated show, he actually admitted he owned a Richard Marks album, the North Carolina native is a die hard grunge fan and offered his services, helping Staley’s family raise over $100,000 this year, all of it going towards drug prevention efforts. While Daughtry might have been the biggest name, the highlights of the show included the video made by the remaining Alice in Chains members, who showed a more whimsical side of their fallen compatriot and a performance by Staley’s mother who sang a duet with a recording of her son.