Since forming in 1997, Buckcherry has released gone through two major lineup changes and a hiatus. Despite these setbacks, the band remains a regular feature on the touring circuit. Check the schedule below for upcoming dates and opportunities to get Buckcherry tickets.
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Aug 14, 2016
Aug 19, 2016
Ranch Concert Hall - Barrie
Aug 25, 2016
Carlson Sports Arena
Aug 26, 2016
|Buckcherry & Drowning Pool||Anchorage, AK|
Alaska Airlines Center
Sep 03, 2016
|Shinedown, Buckcherry, Pop Evil & Red Sun Rising||Mount Pleasant, MI|
Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort
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Sep 17, 2016
|Rock Allegiance Festival - 2 Day Pass||Chester, PA|
Talen Energy Stadium
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Sep 20, 2016
|Buckcherry||New York, NY|
Sep 21, 2016
Paramount Theatre - Huntington
Sep 24, 2016
|Houston Open Air - 2 Day Pass||Houston, TX|
Oct 04, 2016
The Grove of Anaheim
|Current Tour:||2013 Shows|
|First Album:||Buckcherry (1999)|
In the beginning, Buckcherry members Josh Todd and Keith Nelson met through their tattoo artist and started jamming together. They eventually made a few demo tapes and were joined by bassist Jonathan Brightman and drummer Devon Glenn. The group called themselves Sparrow during the early days. After receiving notification of a record label called Sparrow, they were forced to change their name to Buckcherry. Buckcherry played many gigs and were signed to DreamWorks Records. Shortly after, in 1999, the group released their self-titled debut album, which included hits such as "Lit Up," "Check Your Head," and "For the Movies." Buckcherry was certified gold in sales.
Also in 1999, Buckcherry added a second guitarist, Yogi, to their lineup. After the release of their debut album, Buckcherry toured non-stop and even opened for Lenny Kravitz on his Freedom Tour. Post-touring, Buckcherry went back into the studio to record their sophomore album, Time Bomb, which they released in 2001. Buckcherry went out on tour with AC/DC in the spring of 2000, but shortly after Buckcherry experienced some changes in the band's lineup; guitarist Stevie D., drummer Xavier Muriel, and bassist Jimmy Ashhurst joined Buckcherry in 2005. In 2006, after a short hiatus, Buckcherry put out their album entitled 15. Buckcherry has been touring ever since.
Buckcherry released their fourth album, Black Butterfly, in September 2008. Their first live album, Live & Loud 2009, was released in 2009. Their fifth album, All Night Long, was released in August 2010, and their fifth album Confessions was released in 2013.