Buck 65 announces new full-length album called 20 Odd Years [PSA]
Mt. Uniacke, NS – Warner Music Canada recording artist Buck 65 has announced the details of his new full length album, 20 Odd Years, released at both physical and digital retailers on Tuesday, February 1, 2011.
20 Odd Years was produced by Charles Austin, Graeme Campbell and Buck 65 except “Superstars Don’t Love” (produced by Jorun) and “She Said Yes” (produced by Emily Wells). It will contain highlights from this year’s three digitally-only released EP’s (Avant, Distance and Albuquerque) as well as a few new tracks. Guest vocalists include Gord Downey, Hannah Georgas, Jenn Grant and more.
The year 2010 is a milestone in the life and career of Rich Terfry. It marks 20 years of the music, persona and genius of Buck 65. To commemorate such an achievement, Buck 65 released his first ever DVD titled The Lost Tapes on Tuesday, June 8, 2010.
The last twenty years of my life have been stranger and more amazing than I could have imagined. Hip hop glory and heartbreak! In 2010 & 2011, I’ll be taking a look back and forging ahead with 20 Odd Years. Buck 65
After recent tours of Australia, China and nine European countries, Buck 65 will be announcing select Canadian dates soon.
For more information, please visit http://www.buck65.com.
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