Buckcherry

Wed Jan 16 2019

8:00 PM (Doors 6:00 PM)

The Coach House

33157 Camino Capistrano, Suite C San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675

$35.00

All Ages

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  • Buckcherry

    Buckcherry

    Alternative Rock

    Buckcherry thrives on the fringe. The Los Angeles quintet doesn't play by the rules, and they certainly don't intend to start anytime soon. Merging punk grit, gutter attitude, honest storytelling, and razor sharp hooks, the group—Josh Todd [vocals], Keith Nelson [guitar], Stevie D. [guitar], Xavier Muriel [drums] and newest member Kelly Lemieux [bass]—remains rebellious in every way. There's no formula. There's no agenda. There's no filter. There's no stopping. There's just rock 'n' roll. Isn't that the way it's supposed to be?

    Well, that was the idea from the moment Todd and Nelson serendipitously met in a Southern California tattoo shop in 1995. Shortly after their chance encounter, the duo began cutting tracks in the vocalist's bedroom on a four-track recorder with a small drum machine, and a no-frills approach to making music was solidified early on.

    "Buckcherry is really about two worlds colliding," declares the singer. "Growing up in Orange County, all of my first records were punk rock. Minor Threat, Subhumans, GBH, and Black Flag had a huge impact on me, whereas Keith comes from a classic rock background. I brought all of this energy and chaos to the table, while he added a sense of structure. We wanted to make true rock 'n' roll without a lot of bells and whistles."

    Nelson echoes that sentiment. "We meet in the middle. Writing songs is something that we take very seriously, and we continually try to get better at the craft. At the same time, there's a punk spirit of letting it rip and not overthinking everything too much. There are many facets to this band and we insist on exploring all of them on every record and at every show."

    That dangerous diversity is why the group instantly resonated with listeners worldwide when their self-titled debut dropped in 1999. The album eventually reached gold status and spawned the immortal party anthem "Lit Up". It's a ballsy gem of a tune that still gets everybody from heshers to housewives all riled up. Two years after their debut, these individuals managed to up the ante in terms edginess with their sophomore effort Time Bomb.

    Unleashing 15 in 2006, Buckcherry became an international platinum-selling phenomenon and radio mainstay. "Crazy Bitch" galvanized the outfit with another sexy, scuzzy romping crowd pleaser, while the album's fifth single "Sorry" saw massive crossover success. It reached #9 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #8 on the Billboard Pop 100. As a result, 15 has moved over one million copies in the United States alone, and their stateside sales-to-date surpass 2.8 million.

    Simultaneously, Buckcherry embedded themselves in the collective pop culture consciousness via their unflinching posture and impeccable songwriting. Global brands including ESPN, WWE, NASCAR, and more have sought them out for partnerships, and they've been featured on high-profile soundtracks such as The Avengers. Online, they've racked up over 25 million YouTube/VEVO views and 480k Facebook likes as well as 50k Twitter followers. Becoming a star in his own right, Todd appeared in a bevy of critically acclaimed films and television shows including Eagle Eye,  xXx, The Salton Sea, Bones, and The Shield to name a few.

    Live, these five musicians can bring any crowd to its feet. Barely ever taking a break, the band relentlessly tours every corner of the world from the U.S. and South America to Germany, Japan, Australia, and the UK.  Whether they're playing the Bamboozle festival alongside Bon Jovi, headlining the Ink-N-Iron festival featuring Misfits and Pennywise, playing Sturgis or headlining sold-out shows across Europe, everybody ends up singing along.

    "We never feel out of place," smiles Nelson. "We've played with everybody from AC/DC to Slipknot. We have a passion to get it right and deliver every time. There's also something for everybody."

    Todd goes on, "We deliver every night because we give a shit. Per record, we put in about 300 shows on average. Nothing else matters except being on stage."

    They certainly have quite the catalog to draw from when they hit the stage. 2008's Black Butterfly boasted the radio favorite "Too Drunk", while the title track from All Night Long remains a crowd pleaser. However, their sixth album, 2012's Confession, stands out as a completely immersive experience. A concept record based on the seven deadly sins, is based on the trials and tribulations of Todd’s childhood and transformation.  Song-wise, it's every bit the Buckcherry that millions have come to love - thematically, it’s another new beginning that's bound to shake audiences to their core.

    In the end, Buckcherry continues to resonate because they're so unabashedly honest on tape and on stage. "It's a real rock 'n' roll band," says Nelson. "You get 100 percent of what we are and what we're about. We don't apologize for it."

     "I want people to walk away feeling like they're part of a club," concludes Todd. "I want them to leave feeling connected in every way. It's not about just going to a show or listening to a record, it's about getting into a whole movement. I hope we can give the world that." 

     

  • hIPNOSTIC

    hIPNOSTIC

    Music

    hIPNOSTIC is a heavy rock band from Orange County, CA. Our music is driven by a passion for heavy contagious riffs, powerful rhythmic grooves, thought provoking arrangements that filter through a positive and hopeful lyrical message. The band draws inspiration from artists like Soundgarden, Alice in Chains, STP, Chevelle, Seether, Shinedown and Godsmack.

    Our latest singles “Ain’t No Sunshine”, which is a unique heavy rock version of the classic Bill Withers tune with a dark moody spin and "Blind Eyes See" truly embody what the band’s music is all about and where we are headed in the future. The band released its debut record "Dissolve Me" which garnered many positive reviews. Debra Stocker, Editor of All ACCESS said, "Dissolve Me is by far one of the best hard Rock/alternative sounding albums I've come across this year". Modern Fix Magazine had this to say, “The talent level is high, the range is varied, the voice is superior, the guitar riffs are catchy and there are numerous standout tracks on "Dissolve Me. There is a commercial shine to this made-for-radio band”.

    hIPNOSTIC received 4 nominations at the ALL ACCESS L.A. Music Awards, Best New Group, Best Hard Rock Band, Best overall album of the year, and won Best Alternative Male Vocalist. Their song “Ritual” was featured in the movie "The Dead Matter" and was included in the movie soundtrack. They were also fortunate that Fox Sports Net picked “Ritual” and “Heels On A Plank” for their “Re:Evolution of Sports” show.

    In 2011, Blake and his long-time musical brother Rob Swanson reunited to push the band to a whole new level. The band continues to reach new melodic territories and create a broader sonic landscape. The intertwining of their guitar and bass personalities gives the band an even heavier rock sound. In 2016, the line-up was complete with the addition of powerhouse drummer Marty Wilcox. hIPNOSTIC is currently in the studio wrapping up the final stages of their next full-length release and promises it will be every bit the riff heavy journey that was set in motion with their singles "Ain't No Sunshine" and “Blind Eyes See”.

  • The Raskins

    The Raskins

    Music

    ~THE RASKINS
    Throughout rock history, we have seen several brother tandems that have left a deep
    impression - Don and Phil Everly, Angus and Malcolm Young, Eddie and Alex Van Halen, etc. And
    soon, rock fans will be introduced to the next brother-led rock band that is sure to break through in a
    big way - the Raskins. Formed several years ago by twins Roger and Logan Raskin, the union
    originally began as a mere writing project for producer Greg Ladany. But after several demos were
    cut and the brothers realized they were on to something, it became a permanent proposition, and the
    Raskins were born.
    And while seemingly the majority of today's chart toppers are sonically one-dimensional, the
    Raskins are a throwback to the days of when bands weren't as confined stylistically. Case in point,
    the bros list such wide-ranging artists as Kiss, the Buzzcocks, Jim Croce, the Temptations, Mel
    Torme, and Jane's Addiction as influences. As a result, the "rock/retro/alternative/pop-rock/singersongwriter"
    tag that the Raskins like to go by is indeed well fitting.
    The proof is in the pudding, as fans have been able to experience the Raskins world wide, as
    the duo's self-titled debut album which was recently released on MIRAL Records, while the lead off
    single, "We Had It All," launched on active rock radio. Songs such as "We Had It All," "Need Another
    Hero," and "The Radio Song" (which had recently been picked up on "The Pulse" Sirius Satellite and
    Hot AC Radio) show the retro rock side of the band, while songs like "Open Our Eyes," "Reach," and
    "Where Do We Go From Here" show the diversity of the band's songwriting with acoustic type pop
    rock ballads.
    "The first radio single and video we decided to go with was 'We Had It All'," explains Roger.
    "This song definitely shows a sound of the band which is most consistent with our biggest rock
    influences as well as the song being written with a specific topic in mind." And according to Logan, a
    follow-up single has already been selected. "The second single will be 'The Radio Song,' which is a
    simple story written about a group of guys grinding with their band on the road - this being us - then
    all of a sudden, they hear their song on the radio for the first time and how that suddenly changes
    everything for them, mostly emotionally. We always wanted to write a song about that - most
    musicians can relate as well as most fans understanding that crucial emotion every musician yearns
    for."
    As for the Raskins' plans after the album was released, it is a simple one, according to Roger.
    "Clearly the future plans for the Raskins is to tour as much as possible, and bring our music to every
    city in the US, as well as all the local radio stations, doing promotional giveaways, rock shows, and
    signings for all our fans. We want to show the public that we our very accessible. Also eventually
    heading over to Europe to give our expanded fan base the opportunity to experience the Raskins live.
    The Europeans love them some rock n roll. Can't wait to share our music with all of them!"
    Lastly, Logan unveils that both the music and the bond of brotherhood will prevail for the
    Raskins. "We work and strive extremely hard for success with our music. Through all the ups and
    downs, the trials and tribulations, the acceptances and denials. We always have each other. That is
    the main focus of the Raskins. We are doing music because we love it and it's our passion. For us we
    feel we have already had major success because we are doing what we love most in the world to do -
    write and perform our music for the world to see."
     

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Buckcherry

Wed Jan 16 2019 8:00 PM

(Doors 6:00 PM)

The Coach House San Juan Capistrano CA
Buckcherry

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