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12 Nov
2012

Los Angeles rock radio station KROQ 106.7 announced the lineup for the 23rd Annual KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas, Saturday, December 8th and Sunday, December 9th, 2012. Tickets are available online at Livenation.com/Ticketmaster.com only on Friday, November 16th at 12:00pm PST. Presale tickets are available to KROQ Street Team members at http://streetteam.kroq.radio.com/main.aspx

NIGHT 1 LINEUP
LINKIN PARK
RISE AGAINST
BUSH
GARBAGE
SLIGHTLY STOOPID
AWOLNATION
THE LUMINEERS
WALK THE MOON
THE GASLIGHT ANTHEM
TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB
YOUNGBLOOD HAWKE

NIGHT 2 LINEUP
THE KILLERS
JACK WHITE
FUN
M83
NEON TREES
PASSION PIT
GROUPLOVE
OF MONSTERS AND MEN
ALEX CLARE
IMAGINE DRAGONS

Proceeds from 23rd Annual KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas to benefit the following charities:

Para Los Ni̱os РPara Los Ni̱os is a non-profit family service agency designed to raise at-risk children out of poverty and into brighter futures through positive educational
opportunities and support.

Al Wooten Jr. Heritage Center – Al Wooten Jr. Heritage Center provides a safe after-school environment where hundreds of boys and girls in South Central Los Angeles participate in tutoring, learn important social skills and are guided to succeed in school and enter college.

www.kroq.com

20 Jun
2012


The first annual Monster Energy Aftershock Festival, presented by California’s Rock Station – 98 Rock, is set for Sunday, September 23 at Discovery Park in downtown Sacramento, CA. The initial lineup for the full-day rock festival includes Stone Temple Pilots, Deftones, Bush, Chevelle, Hollywood Undead, Theory of a Deadman, Oleander, Escape the Fate, Otherwise, Gemini Syndrome and more.

Tickets go on sale Friday, June 22 at 10:00 AM PT at www.AftershockConcert.com, www.Ticketmaster.com and at all Ticketmaster outlets. A special 98 “Rock Mob” ticket presale is available from Wednesday, June 20 at 10:00 AM PT through Thursday, June 21 at Midnight PT. For details, visit: http://rockmob.krxq.net/asp2/Register.aspx.

General admission tickets for Monster Energy Aftershock Festival are available for as low as $49.50 plus fees and VIP tickets can be purchased for $99.50 plus fees. VIP tickets include: VIP entrance to venue; access to VIP lounge area featuring dedicated bar, beverage and food service; viewing of main stage (seated and standing areas); seated area with shade for dining and private restroom facilities; and a VIP guest laminate. Visit www.AftershockConcert.com for more information.

“When you’re bringing a new rock festival to any city, it’s important to have a great local radio partner, and a strong feeder system of stations to support the show,” says festival creator/producer Danny Wimmer of Arms Division Concerts/DWP/Right Arm Entertainment. “Sacramento has this and more. Its deep foundation in rock – including bands like Deftones and Oleander, music executives coming out of the area, and vital stations like KDOT, KBRE, and our partner station 98 Rock – proves that rock is a mainstay in Northern California.”

Discovery Park is conveniently located in downtown Sacramento, where the American River meets the Sacramento River. Gates for the Monster Energy Aftershock Festival open at 11:00 A.M. and the show starts at noon.

Monster Energy Aftershock Festival is produced by Arms Division Concerts/DWP/Right Arm Entertainment, co-creators/producers of the annual Rock On The Range in Columbus, OH, Carolina Rebellion in Charlotte, NC, Welcome To Rockville in Jacksonville, FL, Epicenter—Southern California’s Rock Festival, and Rock Allegiance.

Website: www.AftershockConcert.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/AftershockFestival
Twitter: http://twitter.com/AFTERSHOCKSAC

09 Apr
2012


BUSH has announced a contest called “60 Shows * 60 Days * 60 Pairs of Tickets,” a unique promotion that will see lead vocalist Gavin Rossdale personally giving away a pair of tickets to nearly every date on the band’s upcoming spring and summer tour, including their arena dates with Nickelback, Seether and My Darkest Days.

The contest begins today, a day before the launch of BUSH’s arena tour as special guests of Nickelback at the i wireless Center in Moline, IL.

Here’s how it works: Each morning at 9am PST, Gavin will announce a particular date/city/show via his Twitter account, @gavinrossdale. Contest hopefuls must visit http://bush.promojam.com/Bush60tix and re-tweet the message from the official contest using the hash tag #Bush60tix. Gavin will then pick a winner and tweet the name at 3PM PST that same day.

The contest follows news of BUSH contributing a new song (“Into The Blue”) to the upcoming “Avengers Assemble” soundtrack, due out May 1st and sets up a busy week for the band, with the tour launch followed by an April 17th performance on the Daytime Emmy Award-winning talk show, “The View,” an April 18th performance on Vh1’s “Big Morning Buzz Live,” and a much-buzzed-about April 19th show at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Following their U.S. tour, BUSH will launch a European headline and festival tour, which kicks off August 10 at Germany’s Open Air Festival and runs through September 8th.

BUSH recently released “Baby Come Home,” the second single from their acclaimed album THE SEA OF MEMORIES. The song follows the album’s blockbuster lead single, “The Sound of Winter,” which made radio history as the first self-released track ever to hit No. 1 on the Alternative Radio Chart, where it stayed for six weeks. The band teamed with premium music platform VEVO to premiere the “Baby Come Home” companion video, which can be seen here: http://vevo.ly/AbRQXM, and is currently in rotation on VH1.

Don’t miss your chance to catch BUSH live. Dates are as follows:

Date City Venue

April 10 Moline, IL i wireless Center

April 12 Grand Rapids, MI Van Andel Arena

April 14 Detroit, MI Joe Louis Arena

April 15 Columbus, OH Schottenstein Center

April 19 New York, NY Madison Square Garden

April 21 Montreal, PQ Bell Centre

April 22 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre

April 24 Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center

April 25 Pittsburgh, PA Consol Energy Center

April 27 Hartford, Ct XL Center

April 28 Worcester, MA DCU Center

April 30 Washington, DC Verizon Center

May 2 Atlanta, GA Philips Arena

May 4 Orlando, FL Amway Center

May 5 Ft. Lauderdale, FL Bank Atlantic Center

May 6 Memphis, TN Beale St Music Fest

May 15 Edmonton, AB Rexall Place

May 16 Calgary, AB Scotiabank Saddledome

May 18 Saskatoon, SK Credit Union Centre

May 20 Fargo, ND Fargodome

May 21 Rochester, MN Mayo Civic Center Auditorium

May 22 Omaha, NE CenturyLink Center Omaha

May 23 Minneapolis, MN Target Center

May 25 Milwaukee, WI Bradley Center

May 26 Louisville, KY KFC Yum! Center

May 29 St. Louis, MO Scottrade Center

May 30 Chicago, IL Allstate Arena

June 1 Dallas, TX American Airlines Center

June 2 Houston, TX Toyota Center

June 3 San Antonio, TX Sunken Gardens *with Seether

June 5 Kansas City, MO Sprint Center

June 7 Tulsa, OK BOK Center

June 8 Wichita, KS Intrust Bank Arena

June 10 Denver, CO Pepsi Center

June 12 Salt Lake City UT Energy Solutions Arena

June 15 Los Angeles, CA Staples Center

June 16 Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand Garden Arena

June 18 San Jose, CA HP Pavilion

June 20 Nampa, ID Idaho Center

June 21 Portland, OR Rose Garden

June 22 Jacksonville, OR Britt Pavilion

June 23 Tacoma, WA Tacoma Dome

June 24 Spokane, WA Spokane Arena

June 26 Vancouver, BC Rogers Arena

July 14 Hershey, PA Hershey Park Stadium

July 18 Cleveland, OH Blossom Music Ctr

July 20 Cincinnati, OH Riverbend Music Ctr

July 21 Indianapolis, IN Klipsch Wireless

July 24 Saratoga, NY Saratoga Springs PAC

July 25 Darien Ctr, NY Darien Lake PAC

July 26 London, Ontario Rock the Park Festival

July 27 Charlotte, NC Verizon Wireless Amp

July 28 Virginia Beach, VA Farm Bureau Live

July 30 Raleigh, NC Time Warner Cable Music Pav

Aug 1 Myrtle Beach, SC House of Blues

Aug 10 Eschwege, Germany Open Flair Festival

Aug 11 Rothenburg, Germany Taubertal

Aug 18 Gampel, Switzerland Open Air

Sept 1 Bochum, Germany Zelt Festival Ruhr

www.bushofficial.com

@bushofficial

04 Feb
2012

Bush performed “Baby Come Home” on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

Watch the video below and pick up the album Sea of Memories on iTunes, Amazon MP3, CD

14 Nov
2011

KROQ 106.7 FM announces the 22nd Annual KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas for Saturday, December 10, 2011.

Exclusive KROQ Street Team On-Sale for Night One begins Wednesday, November 16th at 10:00AM PST.
Tickets are available online at Livenation.com/Ticketmaster.com only; you must be a member of the KROQ street team to get the password. Go to KROQ.com right now and become a member of the KROQ Street Team.

Proceeds from night one of the 22nd Annual KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas to benefit:

Para Los Ni̱os РPara Los Ni̱os is a non-profit family service agency designed to raise at-risk children out of poverty and into brighter futures through positive educational opportunities and support.

So WHO’S PLAYING???

BLINK 182
BUSH
CHEVELLE
INCUBUS
NEW FOUND GLORY
SOCIAL DISTORTION
311
YOUNG THE GIANT

08 Nov
2011

VEVO debuted a rooftop live video of Bush performing “The Sound of Winter” acoustic. It gives the song a little bit more of an intimate feel. Didn’t you and your friends used to jam out on your roof back in the day? You probably didn’t look as cool as Gavin though.

Watch the video below:

26 Oct
2011

Bush played a private iHeartRadio show a few weeks ago in New York City at the PC Richard & Son Theater. Two professionally shot videos from the show are available now.

Check out “Everything Zen” and “The Sound of Winter” below and head over to iHeartRadio.com to download the iHeartRadio app to listen to a ton of radio stations on your phone or other mobile device.

16 Oct
2011

By Michel R Dussack

When a band disappears near the peak of their fame, then reforms with a new lineup as Bush did, it’s hard to imagine that they’ll be nearly as effective as they were in their heyday. However, the bands new album “The Sea of Memories” has been met with overwhelmingly positive reviews and when it comes to live shows, they prove haven’t lost a step.

Thanks to iHeartRadio, 200 lucky fans were able to witness the bands incredible energy and their passion for playing live. Taking the stage to heavy intro music, the band launched into massive hit “Machinehead” off debut album “Sixteen Stone” much to the crowd’s delight. Bassist Corey Britz and guitarist Chris Traynor looked right at home on stage with longtime drummer Robin Goodridge and singer/guitarist Gavin Rossdale (Editor’s note: Corey joined the band in 2010 but Chris has been playing with Gavin since 2002). The unmistakable guitar riff of “The Chemicals Between Us” was next, and for a bit, one could easily forget what year it was exactly. “The Sound of Winter” from their latest album fit in perfectly among the older material, a true testament to the strength of the new record.

Gavin introduced “Everything Zen” as the song that started everything, and he was quite literally right. The first single ever released by the band, it somehow manages to still sound fresh after over 16 years. Gavin even threw in a snippet of R.E.M.’s “The One I Love” during it as tribute to the band recently announcing their breakup. At this point Corey stepped away from his bass to play keyboard on newer track “All Night Doctors”, which although being a great song, seems to slow the energy of the crowd a bit. Given that the band only had a 40 minute set, this seemed like an odd choice for the obligatory slow song, especially when big hit “Glycerine” was overlooked that night. Another new song, “The Heart of the Matter”, followed and fared much better, mainly due to it’s upbeat nature.

The band went back into their hits section to close out the show, with two more tracks from their debut album – “Little Things” and “Comedown”, and once again the dedicated crowd was singing every word along with Gavin, even overtaking him briefly during the latter song. The crowd pleaded for an encore, but it was in vain, as time did not allow for it. Gavin’s energy when performing live can’t be denied, and it’s easy to see just how much fun he has on stage, as well as how much he cares about his fans, making eye contact with us frequently, and even fist bumping a fan he recognized in the front row. On October 12th, Bush proved to everyone in attendance, that despite their long absence, they’re fully prepared to step back into the spotlight. Let’s all hope that the next album doesn’t take nearly as long as “The Sea of Memories”, as I absolutely can not wait to see them perform again.

Bush’s setlist:
1. Machinehead
2. The Chemicals Between Us
3. The Sound of Winter
4. Everything Zen (with a snippet of The One I Love)
5. All Night Doctors
6. The Heart of the Matter
7. Little Things
8. Comedown

11 Oct
2011

Bush has returned with their first new album in several years, The Sound of Winter. The band played a sold out show in the summer at the Bowery Ballroom in New York City. On this tour now, they’re playing much larger venues. Your chance to see them perform in an intimate setting is GONE. No wait, it ISN’T!.

Tomorrow, Wednesday October 12th, Bush will play a special private invite only concert (sponsored by iHeartRadio) at the PC Richard & Son Theater at 7pm (doors at 6pm). We know that YOU want to be there!

Just email us theaudioperv@gmail.com (with the subject: I WANNA SEE BUSH!) with your name and we’ll email you back if you win! (Winner must be at least 18 years of age with photo ID).

Double your chances of winning by going here.

Winners will be notified by Wednesday morning. Good luck!

23 Sep
2011

Bush performed “The Sound Of Winter” on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

Watch the video below and pick up the album Sea of Memories on iTunes, Amazon MP3, CD