Buckcherry Concert Tickets

With their down 'n' dirty, old school rock 'n' roll style and mighty, riff-led tunes, Buckcherry are wild as hell! The California band have been pulling out all the stops for over 25 years and they're still as unruly as they ever were!

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Jul
27
Buckcherry

Saturday - 07:00 pm - Sugar Creek Casino - Hinton, OK

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Aug
16
Big River Rally - 2 Day Pass: Buckcherry & Jackyl

Friday - Time: TBD - Oktoberfest Grounds - La Crosse, WI

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Aug
20
Genesee County Fair Fun Pass: Monster Truck Show, Truck and Tractor Pull, Dylan Scott, Paul Russell, Buckcherry, Rodeo & Demolition Derby (6 Grandstand Events - 8/20 - 8/25)

Tuesday - Time: TBD - Genesee County Fair - Mount Morris, MI

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Aug
23
Buckcherry

Friday - 07:00 pm - Genesee County Fair - Mount Morris, MI

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Aug
24
Buckcherry

Saturday - 08:00 pm - Little River Casino Resort - Manistee, MI

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Sep
5
Buckcherry & Drowning Pool

Thursday - 08:00 pm - Grand Casino Hinckley Event Center - Hinckley, MN

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Sep
13
Buckcherry

Friday - 09:00 pm - Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races - Charles Town, WV

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Sep
14
Buckcherry & Saliva

Saturday - 07:30 pm - Gibson City Harvest Fest - Gibson City, IL

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Oct
12
Buckcherry

Saturday - 07:00 pm - The Amp at Log Still - New Haven, KY

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Nov
2
Buckcherry & Living Colour

Saturday - 07:00 pm - Zumwalt Amphitheater - Tulare, CA

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Nov
16
Everclear & Buckcherry

Saturday - 08:00 pm - Lawrenceburg Event Center - Lawrenceburg, IN

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Jul
12
Buckcherry

Saturday - 08:00 pm - Paramount Arts Center - Ashland, KY

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ABOUT BUCKCHERRY

Buckcherry was formed in 1995 and is based in Anaheim, California. Frontman Josh Todd met lead guitarist Keith Nelson in the mid-1990s through their tattoo artist, Kevin Quinn. After making a few demos together as a duo, they added bassist Jonathan Brightman and drummer Devon Glenn to their number and began calling themselves Sparrow. The band found popularity on the Hollywood club circuit and soon signed with DreamWorks Records. After receiving a cease-and-desist letter from a record label called Sparrow (owned by EMI), they changed their name to Buckcherry. The name came from a drag artist friend of the band called Buck Cherry, although it is also a spoonerism of Chuck Berry.

CAREER

1999-2002: Career beginnings and commercial success

On April 6, 1999, Buckcherry released its self-titled debut album. The album was critically acclaimed and was certified gold by the RIAA, peaking at number one on the Billboard Heatseekers Albums chart. The album launched the hit singles "Lit Up", "For the Movies", "Dead Again", and "Check Your Head", with "Lit Up" charting at number one on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart for three weeks.

Later that year, the band added rhythm guitarist Yogi Lonich to their line-up. They embarked on an extensive tour in support of the debut album, including opening for Lenny Kravitz on his Freedom Tour (1999) and performing at the infamous Woodstock 99. In spring 2000, the band opened for AC/DC on their tour. Throughout 2000, they went into the studio to work on their second album, Time Bomb.

Time Bomb was released on March 27, 2001, and launched the singles "Ridin'" and "Slit My Wrists". After the album’s release, several disagreements about the band’s musical direction became evident and from August 2001 through January 2002,  Jonathan Brightman, Yogi Lonich, and Devon Glenn all left the band, one by one. Dave Markasky, Josh Fleeger, and Matt Lawrence became their respective replacements and Josh Todd and Keith Nelson began writing the band’s third album. However, they did not complete the album and in July 2002, the band went on hiatus.

2002-2005: Other projects (Velvet Revolver)

At the Randy Castillo tribute concert in 2002, Todd and Nelson performed with ex-Guns N' Roses members Slash, Duff McKagan, and Matt Sorum (also of The Cult). The band (that would eventually become Velvet Revolver) was due to be fronted by Todd. However, despite writing 10 songs with the band over a month spent in the studio with them, Slash suddenly dropped Todd from the project and replaced him with Stone Temple Pilots singer Scott Weiland. Nelson was given a songwriting credit on Velvet Revolver's track "Dirty Little Thing".

2005-2009: Commercial success and Crüe Fest

Buckcherry was reformed in 2005 by Todd, Keith, and new members, Stevie D. of Automatic Black, Jimmy Ashhurst, and Xavier Muriel. After a year of recording together, the band released the album 15 on April 6, 2006. Both a critical and commercial success, the album hit the top 40 of the Billboard 200 and number two on the Top Independent Albums chart, as well as earning platinum certification. The album’s first single, "Crazy Bitch", was released on January 31, 2006, and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance at the 49th Annual Grammy Awards. It was followed by "Next 2 You", which peaked at number 18 on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. Their fifth single from the album, "Sorry", hit number nine on the Billboard Hot 100 and has been certified double-platinum.

On July 1, 2008, Buckcherry embarked on Mötley Crüe's Crüe Fest tour, along with Papa Roach, Sixx:A.M., and Trapt.

Black Butterfly, the band’s fourth studio album, was released on September 16, 2008. The album debuted at number eight on the Billboard 200 and was the number one rock album that week in the US. The album launched the singles "Too Drunk…", "Don't Go Away", "Rescue Me", and "Talk to Me".

KISS announced in May 2009 that Buckcherry would be the opening act for their 2009/10 US and Canadian tour. On July 30, the band played as part of the Kerrang! Week Of Rock Tour at the HMV Forum in London along with The 69 Eyes and Hardcore Superstar. That September, the band released their debut live album, Live and Loud 2009, which was recorded in May 2009 during their Canadian tour in Edmonton, Calgary, Medicine Hat, and Regina.

2010-2013: All Night Long and Confessions

February 2010 saw the announcement that Buckcherry would be performing at that year’s Rocklahoma.

On August 3, 2010, the band released their fifth studio album, All Night Long, preceded by the release of its title track on May 4. The album debuted at number 10 on the Billboard 200, as well as reaching number three on both the US Rock Albums and Independent Albums charts. On November 30, the band released the holiday-themed single "Christmas is Here" as a digital download.

Buckcherry embarked on the Jägermeister Music Tour alongside Hellyeah and All That Remains from January 19 to March 18, 2011. That June, they began writing for their next album.

In 2012, the band contributed the song "Wherever I Go" to the soundtrack for Marvel’s The Avengers. They released "Gluttony", the first single from their upcoming album, on December 12, 2012.

The band’s sixth studio album, Confessions, was released on February 9, 2013. It debuted at number 20 on the Billboard 200, as well as number one on the Hard Rock Albums chart. It also hit the top 10 on the Top Rock Albums, Top Alternative Albums, and Independent Albums charts.

In October 2013, Buckcherry released their first compilation album, The Best Of.

2014-2020: Fuck EP, Rock ‘n’ Roll, and Warpaint

In summer 2014, Buckcherry released an EP called Fuck. Every track on the EP has a title containing the word ‘fuck’. It was released on August 19.

On February 19, 2015, the band took part in Vampfest, which was hosted by the rock band Vamps at the Nippon Budokan. That June, "Bring It On Back" was released as the first single from their next album, Rock ‘n’ Roll. The album itself was released on August 21, 2015 by F-Bomb Records and Century Media Records. Its second single, "The Feeling Never Dies," featuring country singer Gretchen Wilson, was released February 17, 2016.

In May 2017, Keith Nelson and Xavier Muriel left the band due to disagreements with Josh Todd over the band's direction, in a move that is said to be amicable. Guitarist Kevin Roentgen and drummer Sean Winchester joined the group shortly afterward, leaving Josh Todd as the band’s only remaining original member.

In November 2018, it was announced by Buckcherry that they would be releasing their eighth studio album Warpaint in 2019. The title track was released on February 8, 2019 with the full album release on March 8, 2019.

Guitarist Kevin Roentgen announced he had left the band a month prior on August 23, 2020. He was replaced by  Jetboy guitarist Billy Rowe. That October, the band announced that they were working on another album.

2021-present: Hellbound

On April 21, 2021, the band released the single "So Hott" with its accompanying video and the announcement of a North American tour with dates from June 2021 – November 2021. Hellbound, the band’s ninth studio album, was released on June 25, 2021 and was produced by Marti Frederiksen (Aerosmith, Def Leppard, Jonny Lang, Sheryl Crow).

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