Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Gavin Rossdale performs Bush hits and Bob Dylan classic in home video concert

Gavin Rossdale performed a series of Bush hits and a Bob Dylan classic during a March 31 edition of Billboard’s Live At Home concert series.

The rocker was on hand from his home for the live-streamed event, which raised funds for the United Nations Foundation to assist in battling the coronavirus pandemic.

As Billboard notes, Rossdale began the episode by toasting viewers before grabbing an electric guitar and delivering Bush’s 1994 hit, “Machinehead”, which was followed by the group’s 2014 single, "The Only Way Out", a cover of Bob Dylan’s 1969 classic, “Lay Lady Lay”, a version of “Ambulances” from a 2005 record by his band Institute, and closing things out with the “Sixteen Stone” smash, "Everything Zen."

Bush will release a new package, “Live In Tampa”, on April 24; the band were captured in concert at the city’s MidFlorida Amphitheaterlast year during their 2019 "Altimate Tour."

The group are also expected to release a new album, “The Kingdom”, later this year; the set has been previewed with the lead single, “Flowers On A Grave.”

See also:

Bush announce Live In Tampa package
Bush premiere video for new single Flowers On A Grave
Bush stream first single from new album The Kingdom
Bush and Live expand North American tour
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