RHINO BUCKET: Video Interview Available
Argentinean rock journalist Lucas H. Gordon, who currently resides in Hollywood, California, recently conducted an interview with Georg Dolivo (guitar, vocals) and Reeve Downes (bass) of 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 a couple of independent albums with former AC/DC drummer Simon Wright. Watch the chat below.
RHINO BUCKET's current touring lineup is as follows:
Georg Dolivo (guitar, vocals)
Reeve Downes (bass)
Brian Forsythe (guitar)
Dusty Watson (drums)
MVD Visual and Acetate Records released RHINO BUCKET's latest album, "The Hardest Town", in May 2009. The CD was produced by Stefan Sigerson, who previously worked with RHINO BUCKET on its 2006 album, "And Then It Got Ugly".
RHINO BUCKET placed a track in the Darren Aronofsky hit feature "The Wrestler", which opened in theaters in December 2007. The movie stars Mickey Rourke and Marisa Tomei, and it features BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN's original song "The Wrestler", written exclusively for the film.
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