Being a Grammy-nominated act is one thing but being from Los Angeles, California the capitol of the whole music franchise known to man-kind is a whole another story completely. That’s when local hard rockers Buckcherry come into view – forming in 1995 being around for 14 years now, the band has released numerous albums to date, Buckcherry (1999) and Time Bomb (2001), before dissolving in the summer of 2002. When 2005 had arisen, lead vocalist Josh Todd and guitarist Keith Nelson had formed a brand spanking new band, using the Buckcherry moniker releasing new material entitled “15” (2006).

Since that album debut, Buckcherry has never looked back on their musical career in any means possible except perhaps one…. which is of course, onward to the future. Going off to doing constant tours and recording their follow-up “Black Butterfly” (2008) being a standoff for them, this act had the opportunity of a lifetime, being able to hit the road with metal legends Motley Crue on the very first festival known simply as “Crue Fest”. Taking the world literally by storm with one single shot – wrapping that all up when it was all said and done and decided to go forth and unleash their first live album. That believe it or not really captures the real live Buckcherry experience. “Live & Loud 2009,” is the name and song playing is the game to play because Buckcherry’s biggest hits are included such as “Sorry,” “Crazy Bitch,” “Lit Up,” “Ridin’” and “Everything,” as well as songs from “Black Butterfly,” (2008). But that’s not all you get when listening to the full enforced live action packed Buckcherry, you get an overdose of pure hard rock n’ roll! Getting thrown a series of non-stop tunes you can bob your head too or catch yourself easily singing right along too.

Buckchrry’s upbeat and catchy lyrical chorus lines aside from the amazing instrumental portions thrown into the mix, really defines the band’s unique sound and style. Having the music build upon itself as each song is played out slowing formatting the music piece by piece. When the album is all said and done you truly believe that you – yourself was indeed at a real live Buckcherry concert experience, their musical presents is that good live.