When I was a teenager, Bush’s album “Sixteen Stone” was played on repeat in my car. “Everything Zen,” “Little Things,” “Comedown,” “Machinehead,” and “Glycerine” were all over the radio as well.
I HAD to see the band and even drove all the way from Tallahassee to Atlanta for one of their shows when I was 17. It may be my story, but that story is shared by fans everywhere.
December 30, 2022
The English group became an iconic ‘90s band with 1994’s “Sixteen Stone” and despite a break up, they are together and ready to rock the road.
They just toured with Alice in Chains and Breaking Benjamin and OC Music News was impressed with their performance.
Front-man Gavin Rossdale knows how to work the stage and Chris Traynor, Corey Britz, and Nik Hughes bring a fantastic energy to the songs.
In addition to the favorites we love, Bush has brand new music to share. Their ninth studio album, “The Art of Survival,” was released last month and is already doing well for them.
“More Than Machines” is taking off, check out their video for “Heavy Is the Ocean,” that one will also blow up for Bush.
On December 30th, Bush will rock the Yaamava’ Theater at the all-new Yaamava’ Resort & Casino in Highland, CA. Having sold over 20 million records, there is something in their discography for everyone to enjoy and you are guaranteed to sing along at the show.
Grab your tickets for Bush now and while you’re at it, check out this amazing new venue!