Presented by 94.3 The Shark

Presented by 94.3 The Shark

Buckcherry

with Special Guest : The Revel

Friday, Mar 09 2018

SHOW AT 8PM  |   DOORS AT 6:30PM

Hard Rock | Rock 'n Roll

ARTIST BIO

Rock and roll should make you want to do a few things. Let Buckcherry guitarist Keith Nelson explain. “It should make you want to drive fast, fuck, and dance,” he grins. On their seventh full-length album, Rock ‘n’ Roll [F-Bomb Records/Caroline], the Los Angeles quintet—Josh Todd [vocals], Nelson, Stevie D. [guitar], Xavier Muriel [drums], and Kelly LeMieux [bass]—staunchly uphold the commandments of rock music with an arsenal of new anthems primed to explode on impact and teeming with riotous energy, sexy swagger, and primal chops intact. It’s something that the boys have done since day one, but it’s more necessary now than ever. “There’s been so much talk about how rock ‘n’ roll is dead and all of this bullshit,” sighs Todd. “The funny thing is, that’s been going on since we put out our first record in 1999. We wanted to call the new album Rock ‘n’ Roll, because....

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with Special Guest :

The Revel

New Jersey brothers, Dillon and Dean D’Antuono live for rock ‘n roll.
Bound to the electric guitar, Dillon and Dean have been dedicated to joining the ranks of those who came before them, and that spirit is expressed in their new EP, ‘The Revel’.

With Dean’s voice soaring over the energetic drum, bass and guitars, the message they deliver is loud and clear: Rock ‘n Roll is very much alive.

Raised on classic rock but influenced by the generation they come from, the brothers are quickly gaining a reputation for their musical chops, and their live performance. The D’Antuono brothers are fixated on the future of their band, writing more songs and touring.

‘The Revel’ EP, released on June 10th, includes stand out tracks like ‘Come Alive’, ‘Stuck on You’ and ‘Taking me Down’ and was produced by Jimmy Gnecco (Ours) who also co-wrote and recorded the collection. Legendary record maker Jason Corsaro, and Brett Romnes were also involved. Last up, James Monte mixer and Howie Weinberg did mastering.