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Tuesday, April 10

The Deal: L.A.-based rockers Buckcherry hit Amos' Southend with Saliva and Black Stone Cherry in tow.

The Good: The 200th show of their tour was an opportunity for Buckcherry to show their rock muscle (and their tats) for a 14-song set. Highlights included an extended version of "Crazy Bitch," featuring a cover of "Stroke Me" in the middle, and enough from all three albums to satisfy new and old fans.

The Bad: The listing on Amos' Web site said the Backyard Babies were opening, but instead it was Black Stone Cherry. Buckcherry tore it up for an hour and 15 minutes, but left without an encore.

The Verdict: Energetic and raw like a good rock show should be.

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