BUCKCHERRY: New Lineup Revealed; Third Album Due In October
It is now confirmed that reunited Los Angeles hard rockers BUCKCHERRY will be playing a "secret" club show tonight (August 5) at the Canyon Club in Agoura Hills, California The band will hit the stage at around 8:30 p.m. under the name THE CHERRY BROTHERS. Headlining the concert will be MOLLY HATCHET. This will be BUCKCHERRY's first show with their new lineup:
Josh Todd (vocals)
Keith Nelson (guitar)
Jimmy Ashhurst (bass)
Stevie D. (guitar)
Xavier Muriel (drums)
BUCKCHERRY will be playing material from their first two releases plus new material from their forthcoming CD, "Fifteen", which will be released on Universal in Japan in October. The follow-up to 2001's "Time Bomb" was produced by Nelson and is expected to receive a U.S. release in the first quarter of 2006.
As previously reported, BUCKCHERRY have been confirmed for the Summer Sonic Festival, set to take place August 13-14 in Tokyo and Osaka, Japan. Also scheduled to appear at the festival are SLIPKNOT, NINE INCH NAILS and DEEP PURPLE, among others.
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