Bush is a British band which was formed in 1992 in London. They shot to fame with the release of their debut album Sixteen Stone in 1994. The band achieved massive success in the US and sold over ten million records in the country alone. The group broke up in 2002 but reformed in 2010. Bush is now set to embark on a nationwide tour, which will include shows in most major cities around the country. To catch the band live in concert, get your Bush tickets and watch your favorite band as it takes to the stage live at an arena near you.
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Bush comprises of four members: Gavin Rossdale, Robin Goodridge, Chris Traynor and Corey Britz. Rossdale is the band’s vocalist and rhythm guitarist. Chris Traynor is the band’s lead guitarist and occasionally plays the cello or the upright bass. Corey Britz is the band’s bassist and keyboardist, while Goodridge is the drummer.
Only Gavin Rossdale has remained a permanent member over the years. After him, the longest serving member is Goodridge, who joined in late 1992. Chris Traynor played with them from 2001-2002 and became a permanent member when the group rejoined. Corey Britz is their shortest serving member and only joined in 2010, when the band rejoined.
In 1992, Gavin Rossdale and Nigel Pulsford met and bonded over their mutual appreciation of the American alternative rock band, Pixies. The two decided to form their own band, which was initially called Future Primitive. They recruited drummer Robin Goodridge and bassist Dave Parsons to complete the lineup. The group renamed themselves Bush, which refers to Shepherd’s Bush in London, the place where they resided at the time.
Bush signed with Disney’s Hollywood Records in 1993 and recorded their debut album. The deal came about due to the efforts of Rob Kahane. However, following the death of a Disney executive, the other executives decided to scrub the album and the band members were forced to do other jobs to make a living.
Interscope Records finally decided to release their album, which was titled Sixteen Stone. The album was a massive hit and peaked at number four on the Billboard200 and Heatseekers charts. The album also spawned two Top 40 hits, “Comedown” and “Glycerin” and had two other charting hits, “Machinehead” and “Little Things.” The album was certified six times platinum by the RIAA.
Following the success of their first album, the band started working on their next project. Razorblade Suitcase was released in 1996. The album featured the hit single “Swallowed” which spent seven weeks atop the Modern Rock Tracks chart. On the back of its success, the album charted at number one in America and did really well in numerous European countries. The band also released a remix album during the same time called Deconstructed, which also went platinum a year later.
Their next album, The Science of Things, was released in 1999. It was a departure from the band’s earlier sound, which had focused more on grunge, and showcased an inclination towards electronic music. Despite having several popular songs, the album failed to chart in the Top 10. However, following the band’s performance at Woodstock ’99, album sales improved and the album was also certified platinum.
In October 2001, the band released their album Golden State. The album was unable to achieve the success of their previous records and became their lowest selling album. In 2002, Pulsford left the band and Chris Traynor was brought in to fulfill his role. Due to declining sales and other issues, the group decided to disband.
Bush announced they were planning to reunite in 2010, however, former members Pulsford and Parsons felt they could not commit full time. So Traynor and Britz were inducted added to the lineup.
Bush released a new album, The Sea of Memories in September that year and it peaked at number eighteen on the Billboard200. The album spawned the single, “The Sound of Winter,” which peaked at number one on the Alternative Songs chart.
The group released their sixth album, Man on the Run in 2014. It was critically well received and peaked at number four on the Alternative Albums chart and at number eight on the Top Rock Albums chart.
They are ready to embark on another tour of the country this year. To catch them live in concert and to listen to their greatest hits, get your Bush tickets.
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Bush Tour Dates 2020 & Concerts
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Bush's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in San Antonio at the AT&T Center on 19-Feb-20, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Las Vegas at the House Of Blues - Las Vegas on 28-Feb-20. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo: Bush||AT&T Center||San Antonio, TX||Wed Feb 19 202007:00 PM|
|Bush||House Of Blues - Las Vegas||Las Vegas, NV||Fri Feb 28 202008:00 PM|
Bush Ticket Prices
The average price for Bush Tickets start from $94. The minimum get in price is $24 for Bush Tickets at the AT&T Center, San Antonio. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo: Bush||San Antonio||19-Feb-20||$94||$24|
* Ticket Prices vary on hourly basis.
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|San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo: Bush, AT&T Center, San Antonio, TX||Event18||4%||Wed Feb 19 2020 07:00 PM|
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