Ex-BUCKERRY Singer JOSH TODD To Perform At The X GAMES

Former BUCKCHERRY frontman Josh Todd and his solo band have been tapped to bring their hypnotic rock 'n' roll and raw punk power to the X Games at Staples Center in Los Angeles on Saturday, August 7. The band will perform songs from their acclaimed debut album, "You Made Me", in stores now and available at www.joshtodd.com.

Todd released "You Made Me" in March through a partnership between TODD Entertainment, LLC and XSRecords. It's being distributed by the Navarre Corporation.

"You Made Me" was produced by Chris Johnson (EVANESCENCE, MASTERS OF REALITY) and mixed by Rob Chiarelli (MADONNA, PUBLIC ENEMY).

After the X Games appearance, the band will head out on yet another leg of U.S. tour dates, including an appearance at this year's "Locobazooka! United We Rock! Music & Arts Festival" in Fitchburg, MA on September 26.

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