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Buy some Buckcherry tickets and be ready for one of the best live bands in music. Grammy-nominated Hard-Rock band Buckcherry is reunited after a short hiatus and touring to promote its fourth studio album Black Butterfly. After touring with Motley Crue for Crue Fest in 2008, Buckcherry showed critics and fans that Glam is not dead with a set list of favorites like “Sorry”, “Crazy Bitch”, and “Don’t Go Away”.
After blowing the doors off of venues nationwide in 2009 with guitar masters Avenged Sevenfold, Buckcherry will join KISS for their “35 Alive” tour to end 2009. Order your Buckcherry tickets from OnlineTickets.com today!
A mutual tattoo artist and a love for AC/DC brought vocalist Josh Todd and guitarist Keith Nelson together, and the duo added extra help and began building a solid fan base with performances around the Hollywood area. Hit singles “Lit Up” and “For the Movies” from the 1999 album Buckcherry set modern rock charts aflame, and Buckcherry received critical acclaim.
Buckcherry dissolved for a while after a lackluster second album. Josh Todd and Keith Nelson reunited and added Stevie D, Xavier Muriel and Jimmy Ashhurst for the 2005 release 15 which yielded smash hits “Next 2 You”, “Everything”, “Broken Glass” and “Sorry”. On the success of those singles, 15 sold over a million copies and was certified platinum by the RIAA.
As the musical and lifestyle soul mates of the one-and-only Motley Crue, Buckcherry found a whole new army of followers when they joined the original Crue Fest in 2008. The Metal extravaganza allowed Buckcherry to pit their Glam style against the masters, and the band exited the baptism by fire of Crue Fest with a stronger will and musical skill than before. The 2008 Buckcherry album Black Butterfly also met a lofty reception from fans of all genres of Metal.
If appearing on Crue Fest tested the hearts of Buckcherry, then sharing a bill with shredders Avenged Sevenfold in 2009 will force an even greater uptake in guitar work. Avenged Sevenfold may come from the womb of Megadeth more than the brood of Motley Crue, but the chemistry between the two bands and their fans is undeniable. Buckcherry has recently gained a new touring partner even bigger than A7X, the legendary KISS. Buckcherry will have the honor of helping KISS celebrate the 35th anniversary of landmark live album KISS Alive on the “35 Alive” tour in 2009. See the past, present, and future of Metal live when you order your Buckcherry tickets from OnlineTickets.com today!