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Bush In The U.S.A.

10:01 AM Monday 8/15/11 | |

Bush fills up the October calendar with lots and lots of dates in support of its latest album scheduled for a September release.

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    MGM Grand At Foxwoods, Mashantucket, Conn.
    October 30, 2010

    (George Tazzini / PhotosFromToday.com)

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But you don’t have to wait until October to see Bush in the States. The band is doing a string of shows this month, including a gig in Austin, Texas, at Stubb’s Bar–B-Q as part of the 101X birthday concert series Aug. 17; Chicago’s Congress Theater Aug. 18; the 96.5 Buzz Beach Ball in Kansas City, Kan., at Livestrong Sporting Park Aug. 19; and the Sunset Strip Music Festival in West Hollywood Aug. 20.

After playing 105.7’s Pointfest at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre St. Louis Sept. 10; Bush officially launches it fall run in Billings, Mont., at the Babcock Theatre Sept. 13, the same day the band’s new album, The Sea Of Memories, drops. Produced by Bob Rock (Aerosmith, Metallica), The Sea Of Memories is the first Bush album on the band’s own Zuma Rock Records imprint and is being released via an exclusive partnership with eOne Music.

After playing a few mid-September dates, including Seattle’s Neptune Sept. 15; Spokane, Wash., at Knitting Factory Sept. 16; and Portland, Ore., at Roseland Theater Sept. 18; the band welcomes Chevelle and special guest Filter to the trek beginning at San Diego’s 4th & B Sept. 27. Other dates for the three bands include Anaheim at The Grove Sept. 29; Detroit’s Fillmore Oct. 6; Boston’s House Of Blues Oct. 15; Atlanta at the Masquerade Oct. 18; and San Antonio at Sunken Gardens Oct. 28.

Bush heads to Europe in November with stops including Madrid (Nov. 3); Berlin (Nov. 7); Vienna (Nov. 11); and Paris (Nov. 19). For its three-night run in London, Bush will play three venues – Bush Hall (Nov. 20); 100 Club (Nov. 21); and Cargo (Nov. 22).

For more information, including VIP packages, visit BushOfficial.com.


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