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Bush & +LIVE+ – The ALT-IMATE Tour
The ALT-IMATE Tour celebrates the 25th anniversary of two landmark albums that helped propel the alternative-rock movement of the mid-‘90s: Bush’s Sixteen Stone and +LIVE+’s Throwing Copper.
- Their ascension in rock: Since forming in London in 1992, this Gavin Rossdale–led band has sold almost 20 million albums in the U.S. and Canada alone. They’re also currently riding a hot streak of 18 consecutive Top 40 singles on the Billboard Modern Rock and Mainstream Rock charts, 6 of which rocketed to No. 1.
- Their breakthrough album: Their 1994 debut, Sixteen Stone, went platinum six times and dominated the radio airwaves with monster hits including “Everything’s Zen,” “Comedown,” “Machinehead,” “Little Things,” and the No. 1 blockbuster “Glycerine.”
- After Sixteen Stone: Bush added more platinum-selling albums to their catalog, including 1996’s Razorblade Suitcase and 1999’s The Science of Things. After a hiatus that saw Gavin Rossdale release the smash hit single, “Love Remains The Same,” Bush reunited with 2011’s The Sea of Memories and picked up where they left off, playing to packed venues around the world.
- What’s on the horizon: The band is currently working on the followup to 2017’s Black and White Rainbows, which People magazine hailed as a “triumphant return.”
- Their impact: Playing with both fire and emotional heart, the York, Pennsylvania band spent much of the ’90s delivering alt-rock classic after alt-rock classic, selling more than 22 million albums in the process.
- Their breakthrough album: 1994’s Throwing Copper went platinum eight times, captivating the masses with the hits “Lightning Crashes,” “I Alone,” and “All Over You.” The album reached No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and was listed on “1994: The 40 Best Records From Mainstream Alternative’s Greatest Year” in Rolling Stone.
- Their continued momentum: Following the success of Throwing Copper, the band released the double-platinum Secret Samadhi (1997) and the platinum-selling The Distance to Here (1999), which helped transition their live shows from arenas to stadiums.
- Their latest release: 2018’s five-song EP, Local 717, features their first new music in over a decade. Rolling Stone hailed the first single “Love Lounge” as “thunderous.”
- Our Lady Peace: Although they’ve sold millions of albums over the past two decades, the hard-hitting trio behind “Superman’s Dead” and “Somewhere Out There” plays like a band reborn as they rip through a catalog of hits.
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