RHINO BUCKET Sign With ACETATE RECORDS
RHINO BUCKET, the Bon Scott-era AC/DC sound-alike band that recorded two albums for Warner Bros./ EMI back in '90 and '92 and an independent album in '94 with former AC/DC drummer Simon Wright, have inked a deal with Acetate Records.
RHINO BUCKET recently uploaded a new song, entitled "Blood, Sweat and Beers", at this location. The track appears in the new film "The Outdoorsmen" and will also be included on RHINO BUCKET's fourth album, which is due later in the year. A video for another new song, "She Rides", is currently available for viewing at www.rhinobucket.com.
RHINO BUCKET have previously had songs in the recent DVD releases "Rolling Kansas" and "Stateside", and also had some of their classic tunes in one of the first episodes of "The Handler" on CBS.
Upcoming RHINO BUCKET shows:
Jul. 15 - Paladino's - Reseda, CA
Jul. 16 - The Pound - San Francisco, CA
Aug. 07 - The Big Ball - Wrexham, Wales, UK
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