PERFORMANCE AUGUST 12TH TO LAUNCH NEW CD ALL NIGHT LONG OUT AUGUST 3RD
NORTH AMERICAN DATES SUPPORTING NICKLEBACK BEGIN SEPTEMBER 14TH
Rockers BUCKCHERRY are set to bring the party to late-night talk show “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” with a raucous performance on Thursday, August 12th – on ABC at 12:05AM, ET/PT. The performance will come on the heels of the release of Buckcherry’s new album, ALL NIGHT LONG, due out on August 3rd via their original independent label, Eleven Seven Music. In their August issue on stands now, Spin declared the album the “ultimate all-night rager soundtrack”. The very same issue also features an in-depth Q&A feature with Buckcherry frontman Josh Todd. The title track of All Night Long has been called “The top down anthem” by Billboard and is currently heating up the airwaves, coming in at #14 on the Active Rock and #15 on the Mainstream Rock charts, respectively.
In other Buckcherry news, the band is currently on the road playing select tour dates and will gear up for an extensive North American tour supporting Nickelback beginning September 14th in Nashville, TN at the Bridgestone Arena. Please see below for a full list of Buckcherry tour dates.
In their more than decade-long career, multi-platinum artists Buckcherry have established themselves as a definitive hard rock band with a massive presence at radio. Hits such as “Lit Up,” “Crazy Bitch,” and “Sorry” have propelled the band’s sales to more than 3 million albums worldwide and have garnered Buckcherry two Grammy nominations. Their most recent album, 2008’s Black Butterfly, earned the band their first-ever Top Ten Billboard album debut, with the album coming in at #8. Black Butterfly was deemed the “Album Of The Year” by Entertainment Weekly and “Best Rock Album” by iTunes.
Buckcherry recently released a video for “All Night Long” and make sure to stay up to date on what the band is doing on their official site, www.buckcherry.com. Look out for All Night Long in stores everywhere August 3rd!
Chris Cornell’s long-awaited Timbaland produced album, Scream is reaching stores on 3/10 and he’s been keeping busy rehearsing with his new band and talking with his fans on his blog. Since the break-up of his legendary group Soundgarden back in the late 90’s, the frontman hasn’t picked up an electric guitar but according to his latest blog entry on www.ChrisCornell.com, he’s thinking of busting them out for his upcoming tour:
“Hi people. Here is an open question. Since I got my guitars back I have been considering playing guitar live again. Who thinks I should pick it up again? I play guitar all day every day as I am always working on new songs. Let me know if you think I should hit it live. The king is dead. God save the king.”
Chris Cornell will be performing on Jimmy Kimmel live tonight, Friday, January 23rd- and free tickets are up for grabs. If you’re in the Los Angeles area, come along and see his outdoor mini-concert – tickets and all other details are available HERE. It’s a great chance to catch Chris and his band live before they head out to Europe for four exclusive shows next month.
Oklahoma hard-rockers Hinder are releasing their album, Take it to the Limit, next Tuesday, November 4th. Hinder’s debut album, Extreme Behavior has sold over 3 million copies so anticipation is high for this one! The band has hit the road on the Jagermeister tour featuring Hinder, Trapt, and Rev Theory. Check out dates for a show near you.
Hinder will also be performing on the Jimmy Kimmel Show next Thursday, November 6th. If you are in the L.A. area just click dates for free tickets!
Airbourne will perform live on the Jimmy Kimmel Live show tonight. Jimmy Kimmel Live starts at 12:05 EST on ABC. Don’t miss them!
Did you miss Rev Theory or Airbourne on Jimmy Kimmel Live? You can watch them here!
Airbourne – Running Wild
Rev Theory – Hell Yeah
Heavy Metal band, Black Tide will perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live tonight at 12:05 A.M on ABC.
Bullet For My Valentine will make their U.S. network TV debut on Wednesday, February 27 when the group rocks ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” The band will play the title track of its brand new album, Scream Aim Fire, as well as “Tears Don’t Fail” from the The Poison.
“Jimmy Kimmel Live” airs at 12:05 a.m. ET/11:05 p.m. CT.