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BUCKCHERRY With Special Guests HARDCORE SUPERSTAR Announce Australian Tour – October 2019
Stand by for a double shot of dirty, gritty, sleazy, street wise Rock ‘n’ Roll as Los Angeles’ notorious, multi-platinum-selling rock band BUCKCHERRY team up with special guests Sweden’s Kings of thrashy sleaze rock HARDCORE SUPERSTAR thanks to Silverback Touring.
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Buckcherry streams new album “Rock ‘N’ Roll” on Pandora Premieres
Los Angeles, CA – Veteran LA rock band Buckcherry has partnered with Pandora Premieres to stream their new album, Rock ‘N’ Roll! The record is scheduled for release on August 21st via the band’s own label F-Bomb Records/Caroline Australia and can be pre-ordered now at iTunes, Amazon MP3, Google Play and exclusive bundles via the official Buckcherry Webstore.
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BUCKCHERRY: Australian & New Zealand Tour 2016 *Supports Announced*
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One of rock’s great bands, Buckcherry will return to Australia and New Zealand this March.
Led by Josh Todd, a man who personifies rock n roll and anchored by guitarists Keith Nelson and Stevie D, drummer Xavier Muriel and bassist Kelly Lemieux, Buckcherry will deliver a night of straight up good time rock and roll.
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Live Review: Steel Panther + Buckcherry + Fozzy @ Hordern Pavilion, Sydney – Saturday December 7, 2013
Words and Pics: Ben Hosking – www.hoskingindustries.com.au
Steel Panther have graced Australian shores numerous times over the last handful of years, each time moving to larger and larger stages around the country. However, when we first heard about the mock-hair metal band’s move to Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion for their ‘Spread the Disease’ tour, we thought it might have been a little optimistic.
But arriving just in time to see first support act Fozzy take to the large Hordern stage, fronted by WWE wrestler Chris Jericho, with a line of people waiting to get into the venue that seemed to stretch on forever, it was obvious that filling the big shed would prove no problem tonight. With their southern-tinged brand of high energy rock ‘n’ metal, Fozzy easily whips the early punters into a frenzy of sweaty bodies despite the venue being half empty.
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Photo Gallery: Buckcherry @ Hordern Pavilion, Sydney – December 7, 2013
Photographer: Ben Hosking – www.hoskingindustries.com.au for Life Music Media
Photographer: Ben Hosking – www.hoskingindustries.com.au
Band: Buckcherry supporting Steel Panther @ Hordern Pavilion, Sydney – December 7, 2013
Venue: Hordern Pavilion, Sydney
Date: December 7, 2013
Presented by Soundwave Touring
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Photo Gallery: Steel Panther + Buckcherry @ Brisbane Riverstage – December 6, 2013
Live Review: Stone Music Festival Day 1 – ANZ Stadium, Sydney – April 20, 2013
By Natalie Salvo
Sydney was wet and it wasn’t David Lee Roth’s fault. Saturday morning had seen the heavens open again and again but rock ain’t about being comfortable and a little water never killed anyone. On day one of the inaugural Stone Music Festival, guitar heroes were king and no one was going to let a few showers rain on their musical parade.
A small but dedicated crowd watched LA Band, Buckcherry make their Sydney debut. They ploughed through hard rock songs like “Rescue Me” while “Gluttony” saw the rock ‘n’ roll forced up to 11. Lead singer, Josh Todd closed the set by asking how many crazy b**ches were in the house and it warmed my heart to see people getting into the spirit of the fest (i.e. “celebrating music, life and freedom”) by hollering about the deranged.
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