RHINO BUCKET Added To CLIVEAID Event In Los Angeles

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, has been added to the upcoming Cliveaid event that will take place on September 22 in Los Angeles, California (venue to be announced). Also scheduled to appear are BEAUTIFUL CREATURES, LEATHERWOLF, RONNY MUNROE, HUCK JOHNS, MY EVOLUTION, HEADRUSH and NEMHAIN, among others.

Fan-filmed video footage of RHINO BUCKET performing the song "Beat To Death Like A Dog" at the Rocklahoma festival, which took place in Pryor, Oklahoma, has been posted at YouTube.

RHINO BUCKET is continuing to tour behind the re-release of its classic 1994 "Pain" CD as well as the collection of never-before-released demos and tracks titled "No Song Left Behind".

RHINO BUCKET"And Then It Got Ugly", came out in April 2006 via Acetate Records.


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