Bush is back -- no not the president, but rather the 90s hit-makers headed by Gavin Rossdale, who told Los Angeles radio station KROQ that the band's first gig in more than eight years is slated for the Fontana, California music festival Epicenter weekend this autumn.
Then, the band's first new studio album in nine years will be released on Interscope titled, Everything Always Now. The new album was produced by music biz veteran Bob Rock, who also produced Gavin’s 2008 solo debut, Wanderlust.
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From 1994 until 2001, Bush compiled an amazing string of 14 consecutive Top 40 hit singles on the Billboard charts, including ten that hit the Top 5. Four of these became #1 hits that forever define the decade of the ’90s: Comedown (1995), Glycerine (1995), Swallowed (1996), and The Chemicals Between Us (1999).
Eminem and KISS also are slated to play Epicenter weekend, which takes place September 25 and 26.