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Closed May 11, 2017

Gavin Rossdale's grungey 90s icons tour their latest album

Why See Bush?

Grunge Greats

Fronted by the imitable Gavin Rossdale, the British band Bush have been bursting eardrums with their heavy Grunge-orientated rock since the mid 90s. Their smash hit debut album Sixteen Stone, featuring the ever popular hit 'Glycerine', went sextuple-platinum; their harsh, distorted guitar tones, gravel-toned vocals and angst-filled, angry lyrics spoke to the masses and conquered alternative charts and radio.

Following an eight year hiatus, during which time Rossdale pursued a solo career, the band reunited in 2010. They've since released two well-received records, The Sea of Memories in 2011 and 2014's Man on the Run, and there's rumors they'll unleash a new record this year. Catch them playing cuts from throughout their influential discography (and hopefully some new material) when they hit Egyptian Room in Indianapolis, IN, Closed May 11, 2017

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Performance date: 11 May 2017

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