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BUSH will touch down at The KEE to Bala this summer


With over 24 million records sold, 1 billion streams and a procession of No. 1 singles, Bush—comprising Gavin Rossdale (vocals, guitar), Chris Traynor (guitar), Corey Britz (bass) and Nik Hughes (drums)—stand tall as rock outliers whose imprint only widens as the years pass.They have just announced tha tin addtion to a show in Toronto they will play The KEE to Bala on June 22, 2024 as part of their Loaded: The Greatest Hits 1994-2023 (Round Hill Records) tour.

North American Tour Schedule includes Toronto

Bush will also be playing Toronto’s Budweiser Stage on August 19, 2024.

For their North American tour itinerary, visit https://bushofficial.com/tour.

First ever Greatest Hits collection

‘Loaded’ Bush’s first-ever greatest hits collection, provides an expansive view of their incredible legacy with 21 tracks spanning nearly 30 years—from their breakthrough hit, “Everything’s Zen,” to their latest single, “Nowhere To Go But Everywhere”.

Listen to Loaded: The Greatest Hits 1994-2023 HERE.
Watch the official video for “Nowhere to Go But Everywhere” HERE.
Purchase Loaded: The Greatest Hits 1994-2023 vinyl HERE.

Paste Magazine observed, “The gargantuan success of…Sixteen Stone, served as a palpable shift in the way rock music sounded.” Atwood Magazine noted, “31 years into their career, English rock band Bush sound better than ever as they come at life’s fleeting nature with unrelenting passion and zeal, unpacking impermanence in the heavy and hard-hitting ‘Nowhere to Go But Everywhere.’” Consequence said, “‘Nowhere to Go But Everywhere’ is a heavy grunger with surging power chords and a standout vocal performance from frontman Gavin Rossdale.”

The band also won acclaim for its 2023 tour, with Billboard noting, “[Rossdale] seems driven to connect with his audience and remind them that Bush is not just a heritage act, but very much alive and well and making new music.” Orlando Weekly said,”The energy and sound summoned up the essence of the 1990s, creating an immersive experience that resonated with fans in the building…blending the past with the present in a way that captivated the audience.” 

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