I've spent most of the past three months in underground labyrinths supporting Nickelback on an arena tour. And while I'm not really burned out, I am looking forward to going home for a week. I rented a home in Los Angeles days before Bush left for Southeast Asia and Australia. That was in January. It's now the end of June, June 27 to be exact. I've spent a total of seven days in said house in said time period.
It’s the second week of the Bush and Nickelback tour and I've made it back to my hometown of NYC. While a lot of people move to New York for a little while and claim to be New Yorkers, those of us who were born in Manhattan or one of the boroughs might beg to differ. My father is from Howard Beach, my mother is from Ozone Park, and I was born in Rosedale: the trifecta of Queens.
Guitar Center has just announced seven new episodes of its award-winning music seiries Guitar Center Sessions on DIRECTV. The new season will kick off on November 19 with Bush, who you can see playing "Little Things" below.
Formed in 1992, Bush are an alternative rock band from London, England. Finding success in the throes of the grunge movement, the band has just recently gotten back together to work on an album set to be released this September.
It took a full decade, but '90s alternative rock outfit Bush have come back down from the clouds. Fronted by lead singer/rhythm guitarist Gavin Rossdale, the band, best known for radio staples like “Comedown” and “Machinehead,” return September 13 with their fifth full-length release, The Sea of Memories.
Bush have announced a September 13 release date for their next album, The Sea Of Memories. The album, which was recorded with producer Bob Rock (Aerosmith, Metallica), is the seminal band’s first studio release in 10 years and the first to be released via their own imprint, Zuma Rock Records, through a partnership with eOne Music.