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American Dog

With God Guns and Glory. 10 p.m. Friday, November 10. $5, 21 and over/$8, 18 and under. Admission two for one with Liberty Harley-Davidson shirt. The Crossroads, 154 E. Cuyahoga Falls Ave., Cuyahoga Falls.


Things are back in full swing at the Crossroads, formerly the modern-rock clubhouse Voodoo, formerly Ron's Crossroads, a onetime can't-miss (330) tour stop for yesteryear's hair-metal heroes. A triumphant set by hometown boy Tim "Ripper" Owens and his powerhouse Beyond Fear saw the place jammed wall to wall, formally announcing a new era at the musician-friendly Cuyahoga Falls club. The new era, however, will be a lot like the good old days for the rowdy return of American Dog, the biker-rock band once known as Salty Dog. As they say: The more things change . . .

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