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Buckcherry to Celebrate 300th Live Show in Las Vegas

November 14, 2007 (9:11 am) GMT
Join rock band Buckcherry in celebrating their 300th live shows at Las Vegas' House of Blues.
Buckcherry to Celebrate 300th Live Show in Las Vegas

have apparently been doing some home work of counting their live shows. The rock band is reaching the milestone 300th live show and would celebrate it out and loud on December 15 at Las Vegas' House of Blues.

The gig is part of their tour to support their latest album '' that has spent 82 weeks on Billboard Hot 200 chart. The album has released 5 singles with the latest being 'Sorry'. Tickets to the Las Vegas gig has been on sale.

The band will also soon release an MVI edition of the album on November 20. The pack includes a DVD that features the entire album's audio, downloadable files for each song and unreleased live tracks such as 'Everything', 'Next 2 You' and the Grammy-nominated 'Crazy Bitch'. There will also be videos, photo galleries, lyrics and many more.

'15' MVI can be pre-ordered via Amazon.com.

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