BUCKCHERRY And THREE DAYS GRACE Teaming Up In 2007

According to Launch Radio Networks, BUCKCHERRY and THREE DAYS GRACE will tour together in early 2007. Dates and venues for the trip will be announced in the weeks ahead, and it's not known yet whether any other acts will be added to the package. Guitarist Keith Nelson told Launch that BUCKCHERRY likes to play with all kinds of bands on all kinds of bills, from alternative radio festivals to hardcore motorcycle rallies. "I think that this band has been able to go and play with BREAKING BENJAMIN and HAWTHORNE HEIGHTS, we did these radio shows with those guys, and we've been able to go to Sturgis (motorcycle rally) and play for that crowd, and we've been able to play for every crowd in between. So I think that we are really lucky in that what we're doing kinda fits across the board with everything. It kinda doesn't fit in, yet it still works in all those situations."

BUCKCHERRY's third album, "15", was certified gold last month for sales of over 500,000 copies. The disc ended a three-year hiatus for the band following the disappointing sales of its 2001 album, "Time Bomb".

The latest single from "15" is called "Next 2 You".

BUCKCHERRY is on tour now with CROSSFADE and plays tonight (Monday, November 27) in Youngstown, Ohio.

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