Bush: The Revolution 3 Tour Live in Nashville at Municipal Auditorium
These photos were taken on July 18th. in Nashville, Tennessee.
One of the biggest bands of the 1990's, yeah, I know you've heard that line only about 1900 times or more in your life. For those old enough to recall the first time they hear Bush on their FM radio dial. I could tell you about the time I first saw Bush at Buzzfest in Cleveland, Ohio 1996. I'll spare you from this said story into days long past.
Bush, as good as they may have ever been. Bush was sharp, Gavin Rossdale a true rock star, with such distinct and powerful vocals. The band’s songs, the metaphors inside Rossdale's lyrics still hold weight maybe even more now than years past... Life’ experiences, age, and wisdom allows such perspective.
The Bush Set list had all you'd want to hear and a few surprises as well including Rossdale leaving the stage and then reappearing in the upper bowl of the auditorium, and then through the rows of chairs, to the front stage security wall , now with guitar back in hands.
When is Everything Zen? The days excel on the calendar; the changes of life take hold, the words and sayings of A Greedy Fly, This Is War for The Sounds of Winter. I ask that you not Let Yourself Go, unless it’s for a chance to Come Together (Beatles Cover). Take all the Little Things, and say at the top of your lungs I don't want to Comedown. The resurgence of the Machinehead, pushing through the Glycerine, The days may have passed by but we haven't let the days go by.
Bush, renowned, influential, prominent, and complete ass kickers live on stage!
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