Gavin Rossdale leads his multi-platinum outfit through ’90s hits such as “Glycerine” alongside new tracks; Theory of a Deadman opens
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$24 for one ticket to see Bush (up to $46.57 value)
When: Saturday, February 21, at 8 p.m.
Where: Androscoggin Bank Colisée
Seating: general admission standing
Door time: 7 p.m.
Full offer value includes ticketing fees
When Bush became of staple of CD collections everywhere: when they released their sextuple-platinum 1994 debut, Sixteen Stone
What made Sixteen Stone so great: one hit single after another
Those singles: “Everything’s Zen,” “Comedown,” “Machinehead,” “Little Things,” and the gravelly ballad “Glycerine”
Following Sixteen Stone: Bush topped the charts again with 1996’s Razorblade Suitcase, broke up in 2002, and thankfully reunited in 2010
The best part about that reunion: it yielded two new albums, the hit “The Sound of Winter,” and a brand-new tour where fans can hear a mix of ’90s favorites and new tracks
The biggest factor behind their continued success: the magnetic appeal of Gavin Rossdale, who’s ranked 75 on Hit Parader’s list of Top 100 Heavy Metal Vocalists—even though that’s not even Bush’s genre
Get there early for: Theory of a Deadman, the platinum-selling Canadian post-grunge outfit behind hits such as “Lowlife” and “Bad Girlfriend”