Bush, forefathers of alt-rock, will embark on a month-long North American tour in early 2023 to support their upcoming studio album, The Art of Survival. Starting on January 28 in Reno, the tour will make stops in 18 cities throughout the country until the end of February. Jerry Cantrell, Candlebox, and Silversun Pickups will appear as tour guests on a few shows.
Bush’s ninth studio album, titled “The Art of Survival,” was released by BMG on October 7, 2022. Included on the new album is the track “More Than Machines,” which peaked at a joint-high #2 on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock chart. The band teamed up with +LIVE+ for 2019’s The ULTIMATE Tour, which spanned the continent of North America and included backing from the group Our Lady Peace. During the previous year, they went on the road for the Revolution 3 Tour alongside Stone Temple Pilots and The Cult. Since its 1992 inception, the band has amassed approximately 20 million in North American album sales and a Grammy Award nomination.
To which groups does Bush belong, and who are they?
The band members include lead vocalist Gavin Rossdale, guitarist Chris Traynor, bassist Corey Britz, and drummer Robin Goodridge. Nigel Pulsford, a lead guitarist, and Dave Parsons, a bassist, were both former members. Sacha Puttnam (keyboard) and Sibyl Buck (bass) are former touring members.
Although Bush’s setlist may change slightly depending on the venue, the following songs are likely to be included:
· This Is War
· Everything Zen
· The Sound of Winter
· The Disease of the Dancing Cats
· Bullet Holes
· Little Things
How long do Bush’s performances typically last?
Concerts by Bush typically take around 1.5 hours. However, this time can vary significantly based on factors such as the number of opening bands, the length of the encore, etc.
To what extent do Bush tickets run?
The price of a Bush ticket on the secondary market might change based on some variables. Tickets for Bush events typically cost between $89.00 and $143.00.
Where can I get information about purchasing Bush tickets?
The best places to search for and purchase Bush tickets are on secondary ticketing marketplaces, including Livenation, Ticketmaster, Ticketnetwork, Viagogo, Vividseats, SeatGeek, and Stubhub.
Singer Gavin Rossdale met bassist Nigel Pulsford in 1992, and the two quickly agreed to create a band. Soon after, they brought Robin Goodridge on drums and Dave Parsons on bass. Rob Kahane, who was in a position to sign the band in 1993 thanks to his distribution agreement with Disney-owned Hollywood Records, did so. After Disney official Frank G. Wells died, Kahane lost support, and the surviving Hollywood Records executives decided that Bush’s already recorded album, Sixteen Stone, should not be released. To make ends meet while waiting for the record to be removed, members of Bush worked odd jobs. Kahane sent a buddy at the central Los Angeles rock station KROQ-FM an early copy of Sixteen Stone, and that person played Everything Zen over the air. The album Sixteen Stone was turned down for release by Hollywood Records, yet it went on to have two Top 40 songs and reach No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 200.