To the delight of many, Summit Music Hall hosted the rescheduled Buckcherry show! The original took place a few weeks prior with local bands Resonance and Lola Black. Unfortunately Buckcherry frontman, Josh Todd, was fighting a cold and had to bow out only three songs in. This time around attendees rocked out to Red Tide Rising, Autumn Burn, and Buckcherry. The shame was that not enough tickets were sold to open up the balcony. Red Tide Rising had some great merchandise and stuck around their booth all night making themselves known. What I really liked about their booth was that they had a cool signed drumhead and custom guitar picks. These are things that most local bands don’t get into. Buckcherry also had good merchandise out. With this tour, Buckcherry was offering Meet & Greets. Even with that they came out and signed any CDs you bought. Really nice guys that were happy to meet and have a short chat with their fans. Some signed drumheads sold quickly at their booth as well. I was disappointed that Autumn Burn didn’t bring any merchandise out. That’s a good way to make a little extra change at a gig.