Armed with their 7th studio album, ‘Black & White Rainbows’, Bush have announced their first European headline tour in 4 years, which includes 6 UK dates, beginning with a show at O2 Kentish Town Forum on September 21st.
As Gavin Rossdale was lighting up TV screens this past spring with his work as a coach on The Voice UK, Bush also played a rip-roaring homecoming show at a sold-out Shepherds Bush Empire in March, tearing through a setlist packed with classic hits and new favourites with Gavin once again proving why he is one of the best front men in rock.
To date, Bush have sold over 20 million records, and have also had an incredible 18 Top 40 singles at radio. Currently on a nationwide tour of North America, Bush return to the UK this autumn to play the following dates:
21st – O2 Kentish Town Forum London, UK
22nd – O2 Institute Birmingham, UK
23rd – Waterfront Norwich, UK
25th – O2 Academy Bristol, UK
26th -O2 ABC Glasgow, UK
27th – O2 Ritz Manchester, UK
Tickets on sale May 26th
Bush’s debut album ‘Sixteen Stone’ went six times platinum, and their follow-up ‘Razorblade Suitcase’ hit #1 on the U.S. charts. Gavin also found Top 40 success in the U.S. with solo album, ‘Wanderlust’, and more recently Bush have released 2011’s ‘The Sea of Memories’ and 2014’s ‘Man On The Run’. In 2013 Gavin received the prestigious Ivor Novello Award for International Achievement in Songwriting, which was presented to him by Coldplay’s Chris Martin.