Buckcherry is an American rock band from Los Angeles that has been active in the world of music since 1995, rocking out of this world tunes and mesmerizing all. It has been signed onto such record labels as DreamWorks, Eleven Seven and Atlantic Records. It has also been associated with such groups as Black Robot, Sparrow, Motley Crue and Shots Fired. The band’s members today are lead vocalist and pianist Josh Todd, guitarist Keith Nelson, guitarist Stevie D, bassist Jimmy Two Fingers Ashhurst and drummer Xavier Muriel. All have been seen performing live on stage, via Buckcherry tickets.
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Buckcherry’s debut album was released in 1999 followed by a second album, titled Time Bomb in 2001. The band disbanded in 2002 but returned in 2005 with a new album, titled 15, released in 2006. It contained the band’s greatest hits as well as the song Sorry that ranked in the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100. In 2008, they released their fourth album, the second after reuniting, and then a fifth album in 2010. Their sixth and latest album was released in early 2013 and is titled Confessions.
Buckcherry grew as a band when Josh Todd met lead guitarist Keith Nelson through a tattoo artist the two shared. They recorded a number of demos and were then joined by drummer Devin Glenn and bassist Jonathan Brightman. Their band’s first name was Sparrow and they began performing in a number of Hollywood clubs, gaining a large fan following due to an old school rock and roll like sound. They caught the attention of DreamWorks Records, to which they were signed, and then changed their name.
In 1999, Buckcherry released their first album, a self–titled release, that gained a lot of critical and commercial acclaim. It was soon certified gold and included such famous songs as Lit Up, Dead Again, For the Movies and Check Your Head. With Yogi Lonich, the new rhythm guitarist, on board, the band began touring all over the US to support their first studio album. They opened up for Lenny Kravitz during his famous Freedom Tour and then played at Woodstock 99. They returned to the studio to record a second album, followed by opening up for AC/DC.
In 2002, the band went on hiatus but reunited in 2005 under original members Josh Todd and Keith Nelson, with three new musicians joining the band. In 2005, they released an album titled 15, to much critical acclaim and commercial success. It spawned such chart topping hits as Crazy Bitch, Everything, Sorry and Next 2 You. In 2008, they began touring as part of Crue Fest, by famous band Motley Crue, which also included such acts as Trapt, Papa Roach and Sixx:A.M. This tour kicked off in West Palm Beach, Florida and visited many American cities.
In 2008, they released another album, titled Black Butterfly, which ranked eighth on the Billboard Top 200 charts and was the number one rock album then. In 2009, they opened up for KISS in the iconic group’s US and Canada tour held in 2009 to 2010. They then went on to perform at the Kerrang! Week of Rock Tour, alongside Dear Superstar and The 69 Eyes at London’s HMV Forum. Other bands that performed at this event included Lacuna Coil, Youmeatsix and Limp Bizkit. In 2009, the band released a live album, containing live recordings of them playing some of their most popular songs.
This live album was recorded during the band’s 2009 tour of Canada in which they visited such cities as Regina, Edmonton, Medicine Hat and Calgary. In 2010, they played at Rocklahoma and released their fifth album, All Night Long. The album debuted at number ten on the Billboard Top 200 Album charts and was also the Number One rock album. One of the singles from the album charted in the top ten of the Mainstream Rock radio chart. In 2011, they toured with All That Remains and Hellyeah as part of the Jagermeister Music Tour. They contributed a song to the hit Avengers movie, with their sixth album released in 2013. For those fond of some smashing good rock, this band can be caught live on stage via Buckcherry tickets.
When some of the most hip and happening hard rock bands of our time are narrowed down, the name of Buckcherry surely stands there in the high ranks amongst some of the finest hard rock bands of our time. After their formation back in mid 90s, Buckcherry, with their chart topping hits, have been able to grasp the attention of thousands of listeners of this genre; and due to that fact, they’ve been rounding up enormous number of crowds, whenever or wherever they perform live. With their live performance being as energetic as it can be, Buckcherry’s live concert is sure to run some adrenaline through your body and give you an experience of your lifetime. If you’ve been looking to escape your day-to-day routine or whether you’ve been waiting for Buckcherry to come to your home city, either way, you’re in luck because we’re proudly offering some of the best deals on all the Buckcherry tickets for their upcoming concerts.
Hailing from Los Angeles California, Buckcherry came in to formation after the lead vocalist of the band Josh Todd and Guitarist Keith Nelson bumped into each other. Since both of them shared the same kind of interests when it came to music, the pair started to work together and form a band. Later on the pair recruited Jonathan Brightman as the bassist of the band and Devon Glenn as drummer, but prior to that the duo recorded a few demo tapes. After the lineup of the band was completed, they decided to call themselves Sparrow. And soon the band was seen performing live in various local clubs and pubs, which helped them snatch good amount of local fan following, and apart from that they also landed their first record deal with DreamWorks Records sooner than later.
The band had to rename itself to Buckcherry after they were warned by a record company which was also named Sparrow. The band came up with their self titled debut studio album back in 1999, and met with critical and commercial success. Their debut album spawned the hits like Check Your Head, Lit Up and For the Movies, and helped Buckcherry establish itself as a mainstream act.
Buckcherry’s lineup finally came to its completion with the addition of Yogi Lonich as its rhythm guitarist back in 1999. After the release and success of their debut album, the band toured extensively in support of their album and finally made their return to the studios in 2000 to record their second studio album titled Time Bomb. Time Bomb was released in 2001, and as compared to their previous well received album, it was considered a bit disappointing. The album failed to spawn any charting hits as well as failing to earn the good reviews by most of the critics. Later on, tension started to rise between the band members and all of the original band members except for Todd and Nelson left the band. Although the band remained after all, but later Josh Todd also left the band in 2002; hence rendering the band, broken.
The band was reformed once again as Todd and Nelson decided to work together once again. After the patch up, the band once again headed to studio to record their third album “15” which was released in 2006. Apart from their studio releases, the band has also been performing regularly ever since its reformation, and has also performed at the Crue Fest, KISS US and Canada Tour and Kerrang! Week of Rock Tour.
The bands next studio album, Black Butterfly, peaked at #8 spot on the Top 200 Charts upon its release and debuted at the #1 spot in the week it was released. The band’s most recent album came out in 2010 and is titled All Night Long. Apart from that, Buckcherry has given numerous live performances all across the region. Now when they are ready for some more stimulating live shows, make sure that you have your Buckcherry Tickets beforehand.
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Buckcherry's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Jim Thorpe at the Penns Peak on 7-Jul-17, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Winnipeg at the Club Regent Casino on 20-Jul-17. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
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