Buckcherry To Join Guns N' Roses On Upcoming Tour

Buckcherry will be joining Guns N' Roses as direct support on the upcoming tour.

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The word came out last week that Guns N' Roses would be touring the US starting next month. We can now announce that Buckcherry will be joining Guns N' Roses as direct support on the trek for the following dates:

10/28 - Orlando Amway Center 10/29 Miami American Airlines Arena 10/31 Greenville - BiLo Center 11/02 Atlanta Philips Arena 11/04 Houston Toyota Center

Buckcherry's most recent album, 2010's "All Night Long", was produced by the band and featured hit singles "It's A Party" and the infectious title track, plus "Our World", a song that aided people effected by the BP oil spill. "I can't think of a cooler way to wrap up the 'All Night Long' tour, a Buckcherry/Guns N' Roses tour has been a long time coming," said guitarist Keith Nelson.

Earlier this year Buckcherry joined Shaq and Betty White in donating their voices, time and talents to share the facts about the child abuse epidemic in a fun but thought-provoking PSA for Child Help.

Check out the video below:

Thanks for the report to Noisecreep.com.

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    slaveskinJACKET
    I've already seen Buckcherry twice, but it doesn't look like they'll be with them when they come to Nashville, anyway. But at least it's not Black Veil Brides, Hollywood Undead, and Asking Alexandria.
    Muck27
    these guys have a tendency to piss off fans by playing with decent bands... atleast now they are sticking more to their level.
    Trent Armitage
    Muck27 wrote: these guys have a tendency to piss off fans by playing with decent bands... atleast now they are sticking more to their level.
    So your saying Buckcherry is awesome!
    EthelTheFrog
    Trent Armitage wrote: Muck27 wrote: these guys have a tendency to piss off fans by playing with decent bands... atleast now they are sticking more to their level. So your saying Buckcherry is awesome!
    Oh you poor, poor, naive soul.
    nickstix66
    I would rather see Buckcherry than "Guns n Axl". Guns n roses is dead. They have been for ages, now it's just a cash scheme