Buckcherry

Buckcherry Is Back At Buffalo Chip!

People are still raving about last year’s Buckcherry concert at the Buffalo Chip Campground! If you missed it you’re in for a treat because they’ve been invited back to perform live during the 2007 Sturgis Rally. With a couple of kick-ass albums in their past and a promising future, there’s no doubt Buckcherry will once again rock the house!

Buckcherry’s great sound and engaging stage presence draw in the crowds. The band’s built up a strong following and many of those fans are following them to the 2007 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Performing live on August [insert date] at the [insert stage here] here at the Buffalo Chip Campground, tickets already are selling fast.

After a strong start in the late 1990s and a tumultuous midpoint a few years later, Buckcherry has reunited and has been putting on some incredibly awesome shows. Josh Todd on vocals, Keith Nelson and Steve D. on guitars, Jimmy Ashhurst on bass and Xavier Muriel on drums has proved to be a formula for success and they keep fans coming back for more with hits like “Crazy Bitch,” “For The Movies,” “Everything” and “Lit up.”

This is one show you don’t want to miss!

Buckcherry has a reputation for putting on intense shows and we don’t expect anything less this time around. Josh Todd’s vocals energize the crowds and before long he’s got everyone singing, even those who don’t know the lyrics. 

Fans can’t get enough of Buckcherry and we know they’ll be watching the concert at Buffalo Chip. And even if you aren’t all that familiar with their music, you should be too because you might not get another chance to see Buckcherry perform live. So take advantage of the opportunity while you can.

Besides the bikes and the gorgeous Sturgis babes, we’re hosting some of the hottest names in the music industry during this year’s Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Day passes to the events are available so even if you aren’t staying at the Buffalo Chip Campground during the 2007 Sturgis Rally you don’t have to miss seeing the band people are still talking about