90’s Alt rock legends BUSH are once again on the road playing songs from their newest album ‘Man on the Run’ as well as many of their legendary hits. BUSH, led by frontman Gavin Rossdale originally burst onto the scene in 1994 with the album ‘Sixteen Stone’ which went multi-platinum in both the US and Canada. BUSH is widely considered one of the biggest bands of the 1990’s. Last Monday the band stopped in Boston, MA for a sold out show at the House of Blues, which was also live streamed on Yahoo! Live.
BUSH’s set was focused mainly on their latest release “Man on the Run” but also featured several songs from their illustrious career. Classics like “Everything Zen,” “Machinehead,” and “Comedown” were featured, alongside deeper cuts like “Mouth” and “Letting the Cables Sleep.” During the encore the band covered the Talking Heads classic hit “Once in a Lifetime.” Gavin Rossdale was a one man show at times, singing “Little Things” while traveling through the crowd, all the way to the venue’s 3rd balcony, creating a frenzy. Countering that, Rossdale calmed things down during the encore playing “Glycerine” by himself with just his guitar.
BUSH is a band that unlike many from their era, are still in tip top shape as far as their live performance goes. With original members Gavin Rossdale and Robin Goodridge playing alongside newest members Chris Traynor and Corey Britz make BUSH a well oiled machine, playing classics and new material putting together one spectacular rock show.
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