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Buckcherry Got Down & Dirty At Upstate Concert Hall [PHOTOS]

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It was a sweaty and rainy Monday night; the Upstate Concert Hall – formerly Northern Lights got down & dirty with a three band rock show.  Red Light King captured the crowd, followed by American Idol finalist James Durbin and then ended with a fun raunchy set from Buckcherry.  Josh Todd and Keith Nelsen were tight and the band ripped thru all the pile driving rock hits.  Check out the photos from the Q103 meet n greet, Q-Tease and the stage.

 

Red LIght King & Buckcherry

Buckcherry Meet N Greet

Photos with Q-Tease

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