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Oct 4


With Saving Abel and Lit at The Cotillion Ballroom


Thursday 4 October 2012 at 8:00pm


The Cotillion Ballroom
11120 West Kellogg, Wichita, 67209, United States

Tel: (316) 722-4201


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Get tickets: http://ticketf.ly/Pzjk2b
Buckcherry at The Cotillion w/ Lit & Saving Abel
Thursday, October 4 *On Sale 8/24*
DOORS - 7pm SHOW - 8pm
ADVANCE - $26.50
Tickets available at The Cotillion, 316-722-4201, thecotillion.com and the employee clubs. No service fees for tickets purchased at The Cotillion open 8a-6p Mon- Sat.

All seating is general admission. Table & chair seating around an open floor. Table reservations for groups of 4 or more are available for an additional charge by calling 316-722-4201. A special internet presale will be held from 10am - 10pm on 8/23 @ thecotillion.com. Password: CRAZY.

Buckcherry exude a sleazy, sexy hard rock vibe that pays homage to classic rock 'n' roll tenets: decadence, excess and loose women. Formed in 1995 by frontman Josh Todd and guitarist Keith Nelson in Los Angeles, Buckcherry offer the same danger and strip-club titillation of an earlier L.A. band, Guns N' Roses. In subsequent years, the Buckcherry lineup has fluctuated, but Todd and Nelson have remained the two permanent members.
Igniting on Their Debut:

Buckcherry's 1999 debut, simply titled Buckcherry, established the groundwork for the band's musical style. Drawing from Guns N' Roses and also old-school L.A. punk, but with a more radio-friendly sheen, Buckcherry trafficked in unapologetically good-time rock, a respite from the angst that had dominated most '90s bands. The opening track "Lit Up," Buckcherry's biggest hit, celebrated cocaine with revving riffs, and the rest of the album followed its lead in embracing hedonism without reservation. The album eventually went gold.
A Real 'Bomb':


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