BUCKHERRY: First Version Of 'Talk To Me' Video Available

California rockers BUCKHERRY are giving their fans a chance to appear in the band's video for the song "Talk To Me". Check out the first version of the video below. "This is just a taste of what YOU can be a part of," says the band.

Go to www.buckcherrytalktome.com and follow instructions on how to upload your video to YouTube for submission. You can enter as many times as you want.

BUCKCHERRY has donated an acoustic version of its song "Rescue Me" for use in a public service announcement aimed at fighting child abuse. According to a press release, the spot's premiere this month is part of an awareness campaign stretching through April — which is National Child Abuse Prevention Month — that will culminate with a benefit show on May 15 at Irving Plaza in New York City to benefit Childhelp, a leading national non-profit organization dedicated to helping child abuse victims. The 30-second PSA can be found at IHeartMusic.com, while the complete acoustic version of the track is available at Buckcherry.com.

BUCKCHERRY will also contribute to the Rescue Me campaign with announcements from the stage at the band's upcoming concerts, with literature from Childhelp also provided at the shows.

Singer Josh Todd said in a statement, "If we can reach and save just one child or even their abuser from joining the terrible cycle of violence and abuse, then I will do whatever I can to support them. As a father, I can't bear to think of children being abused, and knowing that we will help point them in a direction where they can get help is very important to us."


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