BUCKHERRY frontman Josh Todd, whose band has been nominated for a Grammy in the "Best Hard Rock Performance" category for the hit single "Crazy Bitch", isn't afraid to admit his band wants to win.
"We were nominated in this same category for our first record, and we lost to METALLICA," he told AOL Music of the Grammy nod. "We can go there and it's going to be really good press and all that, but now I really want to win." And that's not all Todd wants. "I want a Grammy, gold records, I want a platinum record," he said. "These are all the milestones in this business and I want all that."
Todd and his bandmates are more than willing to put in the work to get it all. After touring for 13 months and playing, by his count, 155 shows thus far, the band will release a third single, "Everything", after the new year, and launch another round of dates with THREE DAYS GRACE stateside before heading to Europe with PAPA ROACH.
Because of all that hard work, BUCKCHERRY have accomplished several goals they set out to achieve. So what's next? Said Todd, "We want to be enormous, we want to be an arena rock band and have a huge catalogue of music and be a force to be reckoned with."
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