JOSH TODD: Former BUCKCHERRY Singer Announces More Solo Dates

Former BUCKCHERRY singer Josh Todd has announced more dates as part of his ongoing U.S. tour. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Mar. 03 - Baton Rouge, LA - Varsity Theatre
Mar. 06 - Myrtle Beach, SC - House of Blues
Mar. 07 - Jacksonville, NC - Planet Rock
Mar. 08 - Baltimore, MD - Thunderdome
Mar. 10 - New York, NY - Don Hill's
Mar. 11 - Farmingdale, NY - Crazy Donkey
Mar. 12 - Boston, MA - Hard Rock Cafe
Mar. 13 - Irvington, NJ - Cricket Club
Mar. 17 - Lansing, MI - Temple Club
Mar. 19 - Cobleskill, NY - Locomotions
Mar. 20 - Liverpool, NY - Bleechers
Mar. 27 - Detroit, MI - Harpo's
Apr. 02 - Atlantic City, NJ - Hard Rock Café

As previously reported, Todd will release his highly anticipated solo debut, "You Made Me", on March 9 through a partnership between TODD Entertainment, LLC and XSRecords. It's being distributed by the Navarre Corporation.

"You Made Me" was produced by Chris Johnson (EVANESCENCE, MASTERS OF REALITY) and mixed by Rob Chiarelli (MADONNA, PUBLIC ENEMY).


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