Launch Radio Networks reports: The first dates of BUCKCHERRY and THREE DAYS GRACE's early 2007 tour together have been revealed. The first confirmed date is January 19 in Columbus, Ohio, with a total of 10 shows announced so far. More will be unveiled in the weeks ahead, and it's not known yet whether any other acts will be added to the package. BUCKCHERRY is out in support of its third album, "15", while THREE DAYS GRACE is touring behind its sophomore effort, "One X".

The latest single from BUCKCHERRY is called "Next 2 You", while THREE DAYS GRACE is near the top of the rock radio charts with "Pain".

BUCKCHERRY plays this Friday (December 8) in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Confirmed BUCKCHERRY / THREE DAYS GRACE tour dates:

Jan. 19 - Columbus, OH - Lifestyle Communities Pavilion
Jan. 20 - Fort Wayne, IN - Piere's
Jan. 21 - Cincinnati, OH - Bogart's
Jan. 23 - Columbia, MO - Blue Note
Jan. 26 - Little Rock, AR - Metroplex
Jan. 28 - Corpus Christi, TX - Concrete Street Amphitheatre
Jan. 30 - College Station, TX - Hurricane Harry's
Feb. 01 - Oklahoma City, OK - Bricktown Events Center
Feb. 02 - Amarillo, TX - Aztec Music Hall
Feb. 07 - Blackfoot, ID - El Rey Events Center


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