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Bush took the stage for their sold out show at Stubb’s in Austin, TX, opening with their 1996 hit single “Machinehead.” There was no lack of moshing and crowd surfing while the band played a variety of songs from their catalog, both old and new, including “All My Life,” “The Sound of Winter” and “The Afterlife” from their recently released fifth studio album, The Sea of Memories. Encoring with Sixteen Stone crowd favorites “Glycerine” and “Comedown,” Bush’s frontman Gavin Rossdale closed out the night shaking hands to the delight of his fans.
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The following video interview with Gavin Rossdale, which includes live snippets of the Stubb’s show
Get your copy of Bush: Live! filmed at the Roseland Theater
The recording of an incredible concert filmed at the Roseland Theater in Portland, Oregon (USA), in the autumn of 2011
Gavin Rossdale Interview with Beacon Audio
Men always react to smells. The scent of a passing woman is sure to turn his head. Even if he’s not a morning person, the aroma of coffee and fried foods can arouse him from sleep with a smile on his face. For Gavin Rossdale the stench of a rehearsal space drew him to music, and sent him out a musician.
In his BEACON Moment interview Gavin recounts the role America, Trauma Records, and radio station KROQ played in propelling his career forward.
The BEACON Moment is a decision, experience or choice that shapes the outcome of the rest of your life.