Buckcherry contest: the five lucky winners
Tonight: Buckcherry & Hardcore Superstar at Biebob Concerts
Tonight is all about Buckcherry & Hardcore Superstar at Biebob Concerts. The two bands have teamed up for a European co-headline tour, which brings them to Belgium along with support act Venrez.
1995 marks the year of the formation of Buckcherry. Back then, they called themselves Sparrow. Eventually they changed their name to Buckcherry and released their self-titled debut. This led to their first real success and included hit singles like Lit Up & For the Movies. The next album wasn’t the success they hoped it would be and in 2002 the band even went on hiatus. Anno 2013 they’ve reunited and have released four more albums, Confessions being their latest installment.
Two years after the formation of Buckcherry, Hardcore Superstar came together. Their first worldwide release “Bad Sneakers and a Piña Colada” immediately landed them a European and Japan tour, but their first mainstream breakthrough took another five years. Ever since they’ve recorded four more albums and just like Buckcherry they released their latest album, C’mon Take on Me, this year.
Support act for the two bands are the Los Angeles rockers from Venrez.
In honor of the Buckcherry/Hardcore Superstar show we gave away five Best of Buckcherry albums. These are the five lucky winners:
- Pieter Neckebroeck
- Marco De Wilde
- Dave Conjaerts
- Anaïs Bollansée
- Ben Mertens