the internet music database
Invite Friends Invite friends   Follow us on Twitter   Bookmark and Share


Pick one for me
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U W X Y Z 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 #


Buck, a Los Angeles-based pop punk band, was sprung from the ashes of Vancouver's pop trio cub, bassist/vocalist Lisa Marr's previous group.

Buck began lighting up the L.A.

music scene in early 1998 after Marr relocated to the Los Angeles area in the name of true love.

With the addition of guitarist/vocalist Pepper Berry, they quickly became club favorites and critics' darlings.

The band signed to a record deal just three months after their first show and never let their foot off the gas.

Buck's self-titled debut, released in September 1998 on the Sympathy for the Record Industry label, garnered praise from around the globe and won a spot in BAM's Top 20 California Albums of the Year as well as a nomination for Best Independent Album of the Year by the California Music Awards.

Over the next three years, Buck contributed to several compilations, released numerous 7 inches as well as the 7 song EP Buck in Black on Lancerock Records.

The latter was recorded entirely live in the studio with no overdubs in a little less than 6 hours.

The group disbanded in October 2000, playing their last show at their old stomping grounds: Spaceland in Silverlake, CA.

Lisa Marr now heads up her country/pop outfit The Lisa Marr Experiment while Pepper Berry fronts the punk trio Bobot Adrenaline.

In 2005, the trio of Lisa Marr, Pepper Berry, and Sherri Solinger, reunited for 2 shows to coincide with the release of their last two studio recordings on Geykido Comet Records.

No videos yet.

Your Ad Here