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Formed: 1995 (19 years ago)


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Buckcherry -- Josh Todd (vocals), Keith Nelson (guitar), Stevie D. (guitar), Jimmy Ashhurst (bass), Xavier Muriel (drums) -- are one of the premier rock bands of the new millennium, having sold more than three million records in America alone and touring virtually non-stop, playing with everyone from AC/DC to Avenged Sevenfold, touring sold-out arenas alongside Nickelback and KISS, and headlining festivals ranging from the punk rock Ink-N-Iron (also featuring the Misfits and Pennywise) to Sturgis. Radio staples "Lit Up," "Crazy Bitch" and "Sorry" have cemented the band as one of the most ... Read more

Buckcherry -- Josh Todd (vocals), Keith Nelson (guitar), Stevie D. (guitar), Jimmy Ashhurst (bass), Xavier Muriel (drums) -- are one of the premier rock bands of the new millennium, having sold more than three million records in America alone and touring virtually non-stop, playing with everyone from AC/DC to Avenged Sevenfold, touring sold-out arenas alongside Nickelback and KISS, and headlining festivals ranging from the punk rock Ink-N-Iron (also featuring the Misfits and Pennywise) to Sturgis. Radio staples "Lit Up," "Crazy Bitch" and "Sorry" have cemented the band as one of the most identifiable and sought-after bands on the radio and the live circuits.
The Los Angeles quintet doesn't play by the rules, and they certainly don't intend to start anytime soon. Merging punk grit, gutter attitude, honest storytelling, and razor sharp hooks, the group remains rebellious in every way. There's no formula. There's no agenda. There's no filter. There's no stopping. There's just rock and roll. Isn't that the way it's supposed to be?
Live, these five musicians can bring any crowd to its feet. Barely ever taking a break, the band relentlessly tours every corner of the world from the U.S. and South America to Germany, Japan, Australia, and the UK. "We never feel out of place," smiles Nelson. "We've played with everybody from AC/DC to Slipknot. We have a passion to get it right and deliver every time. There's also something for everybody." Todd goes on, "We deliver every night because we give a shit. Per record, we put in about 300 shows on average. Nothing else matters except being on stage."
They certainly have quite the catalog to draw from when they hit the stage. 2008's Black Butterfly boasted the radio favorite "Too Drunk," while the title track from All Night Long remains a crowd pleaser. However, their upcoming sixth album, 2013’s Confessions, stands out as what promises to be a completely immersive experience. A thematic record based on the seven deadly sins, it is part of a larger vision that includes a film of the same name that was penned by Todd, and is based on the trials and tribulations of his childhood and transformation into adulthood. Song-wise, it’s every bit the Buckcherry that millions have come to love; thematically, it’s another new beginning that's bound to shake audiences to their core.
In the end, Buckcherry continues to resonate because they’re so unabashedly honest on tape and on stage. “It's a real rock and roll band,” says Nelson. “You get 100 percent of what we are and what we’re about. We don't apologize for it.”
“I want people to walk away feeling like they’re part of a club,” concludes Todd. “I want them to leave feeling connected in every way. It’s not about just going to a show or listening to a record, it’s about getting into a whole movement. I hope we can give the world that.”

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Buckcherry -- Josh Todd (vocals), Keith Nelson (guitar), Stevie D. (guitar), Jimmy Ashhurst (bass), Xavier Muriel (drums) -- are one of the premier rock bands of the new millennium, having sold more than three million records in America alone and touring virtually non-stop, playing with everyone from AC/DC to Avenged Sevenfold, touring sold-out arenas alongside Nickelback and KISS, and headlining festivals ranging from the punk rock Ink-N-Iron (also featuring the Misfits and Pennywise) to Sturgis. Radio staples "Lit Up," "Crazy Bitch" and "Sorry" have cemented the band as one of the most identifiable and sought-after bands on the radio and the live circuits.
The Los Angeles quintet doesn't play by the rules, and they certainly don't intend to start anytime soon. Merging punk grit, gutter attitude, honest storytelling, and razor sharp hooks, the group remains rebellious in every way. There's no formula. There's no agenda. There's no filter. There's no stopping. There's just rock and roll. Isn't that the way it's supposed to be?
Live, these five musicians can bring any crowd to its feet. Barely ever taking a break, the band relentlessly tours every corner of the world from the U.S. and South America to Germany, Japan, Australia, and the UK. "We never feel out of place," smiles Nelson. "We've played with everybody from AC/DC to Slipknot. We have a passion to get it right and deliver every time. There's also something for everybody." Todd goes on, "We deliver every night because we give a shit. Per record, we put in about 300 shows on average. Nothing else matters except being on stage."
They certainly have quite the catalog to draw from when they hit the stage. 2008's Black Butterfly boasted the radio favorite "Too Drunk," while the title track from All Night Long remains a crowd pleaser. However, their upcoming sixth album, 2013’s Confessions, stands out as what promises to be a completely immersive experience. A thematic record based on the seven deadly sins, it is part of a larger vision that includes a film of the same name that was penned by Todd, and is based on the trials and tribulations of his childhood and transformation into adulthood. Song-wise, it’s every bit the Buckcherry that millions have come to love; thematically, it’s another new beginning that's bound to shake audiences to their core.
In the end, Buckcherry continues to resonate because they’re so unabashedly honest on tape and on stage. “It's a real rock and roll band,” says Nelson. “You get 100 percent of what we are and what we’re about. We don't apologize for it.”
“I want people to walk away feeling like they’re part of a club,” concludes Todd. “I want them to leave feeling connected in every way. It’s not about just going to a show or listening to a record, it’s about getting into a whole movement. I hope we can give the world that.”

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Buckcherry -- Josh Todd (vocals), Keith Nelson (guitar), Stevie D. (guitar), Jimmy Ashhurst (bass), Xavier Muriel (drums) -- are one of the premier rock bands of the new millennium, having sold more than three million records in America alone and touring virtually non-stop, playing with everyone from AC/DC to Avenged Sevenfold, touring sold-out arenas alongside Nickelback and KISS, and headlining festivals ranging from the punk rock Ink-N-Iron (also featuring the Misfits and Pennywise) to Sturgis. Radio staples "Lit Up," "Crazy Bitch" and "Sorry" have cemented the band as one of the most identifiable and sought-after bands on the radio and the live circuits.
The Los Angeles quintet doesn't play by the rules, and they certainly don't intend to start anytime soon. Merging punk grit, gutter attitude, honest storytelling, and razor sharp hooks, the group remains rebellious in every way. There's no formula. There's no agenda. There's no filter. There's no stopping. There's just rock and roll. Isn't that the way it's supposed to be?
Live, these five musicians can bring any crowd to its feet. Barely ever taking a break, the band relentlessly tours every corner of the world from the U.S. and South America to Germany, Japan, Australia, and the UK. "We never feel out of place," smiles Nelson. "We've played with everybody from AC/DC to Slipknot. We have a passion to get it right and deliver every time. There's also something for everybody." Todd goes on, "We deliver every night because we give a shit. Per record, we put in about 300 shows on average. Nothing else matters except being on stage."
They certainly have quite the catalog to draw from when they hit the stage. 2008's Black Butterfly boasted the radio favorite "Too Drunk," while the title track from All Night Long remains a crowd pleaser. However, their upcoming sixth album, 2013’s Confessions, stands out as what promises to be a completely immersive experience. A thematic record based on the seven deadly sins, it is part of a larger vision that includes a film of the same name that was penned by Todd, and is based on the trials and tribulations of his childhood and transformation into adulthood. Song-wise, it’s every bit the Buckcherry that millions have come to love; thematically, it’s another new beginning that's bound to shake audiences to their core.
In the end, Buckcherry continues to resonate because they’re so unabashedly honest on tape and on stage. “It's a real rock and roll band,” says Nelson. “You get 100 percent of what we are and what we’re about. We don't apologize for it.”
“I want people to walk away feeling like they’re part of a club,” concludes Todd. “I want them to leave feeling connected in every way. It’s not about just going to a show or listening to a record, it’s about getting into a whole movement. I hope we can give the world that.”

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