Originally Posted by genxer36
XM 48 squizz made this band popular. I remember when they were playing their music many months before their 1st albumn came out.
No offense...but Buckcherry has been around a bit longer than Squizz
They released an album in 1999 called "Buckcherry" and it included such hits as Lit Up and For the Movies...both excellent and fairly popular songs
3 band members left and then Josh Todd (lead singer) was working on an album/project with Slash that he was dropped from in favor of Scott Weiland...which we all know now as Velvet Revolver...from there Buckcherry was "reincarnated" and have since released 2 more albums with several hit singles
Their popularity has in fact skyrocketed, but I dont attribute that to their xm airtime
that song, though, made me laugh when i first heard it