1. The core of Buckcherry’s sixth album, “Confessions,” comes from a topic frontman Josh Todd knows well — the seven deadly sins. “I’ve struggled with moderation my whole life, so the sins have been prevalent in my life as far back as I can remember,” explains, Todd, 43, who co-founded the Los Angeles hard rock group with guitarist Keith Nelson in 1995.

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  2. Buckcherry has been epitomizing Hard Rock since the late ’90s. The band recently started touring behind its sixth studio album, Confessions, adding to a great and energy filled set-list, alongside crowd favorites and major hits “Crazy Bitch” and “Lit Up."CityBeat had a chance to speak with enigmatic Buckcherry singer Josh Todd in preparation for the band's set at Rock on the Range in Columbus.

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  3. Buckcherry have hit the road in support of their latest album, Confessions.  The band landed in Jacksonville for the Welcome to Rockville festival and despite some sound issues early in the set, had the crowd rowdy and rocking throughout the show.  Guitar Trump caught up with guitarists Keith Nelson and Stevie D. backstage before their set to talk about what is new in the world of Buckcherry.

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