BUCKCHERRY: Video Interview With KEITH NELSON Available

BUCKCHERRY guitarist Keith Nelson recently talked to Muni Jaitly of TheShowbuzz.com about the band's new album, "15", and what it was like to put the group back together. Watch the interview online at this location.

As previously reported, BUCKCHERRY's latest album, "15", has been certified gold by the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America) for shipments in excess of 500,000 copies.

BUCKCHERRY will re-release its self-titled 1999 debut album on October 31 in a special CD/DVD deluxe edition. The bonus DVD, the band's first release in that format, will feature a couple of rare studio recordings and seven equally hard-to-find videos. The two studio tracks, "Late Nights In Voodoo" and "Fastback 69", were recorded at the same time as the first album but never commercially issued in the U.S. Also included are videos for the album's singles, including the band's breakthrough hit "Lit Up", "Check Your Head", "Dead Again" and "For The Movies", plus footage of three performances taped in Los Angeles.


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