Former BUCKCHERRY Drummer Joins BLACKLIST UNION?

Former BUCKCHERRY drummer Devon Glenn has reportedly joined the Hollywood, California-based rock band BLACKLIST UNION. Glenn is expected to perform with the group at their May 22 concert with METAL SKOOL at the Key Club in Hollywood.

Together since 2004, BLACKLIST UNION's hook-laden sound — created by the songwriting team of lead guitarist Mark Fain and lead singer Tony West — has led to an impressive L.A. following and numerous sold-out shows. Their debut album, "After the Mourning", was produced by Chris Johnson (JOSH TODD, EVANESCENCE, GOLDFINGER) and the video for the CD's title track was co-directed by Jamie Mitchell and Mark Racco (GUNS N' ROSES, STONE TEMPLE PILOTS, THE PANIC CHANNEL).

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/blacklistunion.

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