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Fans pack into Diesel Concert Lounge to see Buckcherry

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No Resolve, The Virginmarys and Buckcherry at the Diesel Concert Lounge 3-26-14


Buckcherry are one of the few bands left out there still living up to the true rock and roll name and on Wednesday they brought their unrestrained live show to an insanely packed house at the Diesel Concert Lounge in Chesterfield.

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Detroit's own No Resolve opened the show on the main stage and once again proved why they are one of the area's best live bands with powerful songs like "Burn The City" and "Stay".

They put their all into every one of their shows and the stage presence of vocalist Oscar Pegorraro leaves a lasting impression.

English three-piece rock band The Virginmarys are out touring behind their 2013 debut album, King of Conflict, and really blew up the house on Wednesday as they kicked out one hard rocker after another including "Dead Man's Shoes", "Dressed to Kill" and their hit "Just A Ride".

Many in the crowd weren't familiar with their music but were definitely won over by the end of the set and the passion of frontman Ally Dickaty.

Buckcherry have spent the last year touring behind their sixth album Confessions and although there were a couple of songs from the album present at the Diesel show, they leaned more towards giving the crowd a run through of their greatest hits.

Songs like opener "Lit Up", "Everything", "Sorry" and "All Night Long" were all present and the band closed with crowd favorite "Crazy Bitch".


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