Reunited Los Angeles hard rockers BUCKCHERRY have put out an open casting call for their "Crazy Bitch" music video, which is scheduled to be shot on Sunday, October 23 in the Los Angeles area. Dancer, exotic dancers, stippers, all types of women are wanted. 18 and over only. No pay — but potential to be featured in a clip with celebrity cameos. No experience necessary.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/buckcherryworldwide.
BUCKCHERRY will be embarking on a Japanese tour in November in support of their new album, "Fifteen" (released in Japan earlier in the month). The follow-up to 2001's "Time Bomb" was produced by guitarist Keith Nelson and is expected to receive a U.S. release in the first quarter of 2006.
BUCKCHERRY's current lineup is as follows:
Josh Todd (vocals)
Keith Nelson (guitar)
Jimmy Ashhurst (bass)
Stevie D. (guitar)
Xavier Muriel (drums)
BUCKCHERRY have launched their first ever Podcast, available on iTunes as part of "The Pulse". Josh and Keith talk about recording the new album, the new bandmembers and the new songs. "The Pulse" is available for free via iTunes podcasting.
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