Royal Oak Music Theatre to host Bush
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Royal Oak Music Theatre will welcome British rock band Bush, one of the most commercially successful post-grunge acts of the mid-‘90s, to their stage on Wednesday, May 17 with special guest The Kickback.

Bush is out on the road promoting their recently released seventh studio long-player, Black and White Rainbows. The album peaked  at No. 21 on Billboard’s Independent Albums chart following its March 10 release via Zuma Rock Records. Black and White Rainbows, the band’s first release since frontman Gavin Rossdale’s divorce from Gwen Stefani, is supported by three singles: “Mad Love,” “Lost In You,” and “The Beat of Your Heart.”

Sixteen Stone, Bush’s six-times-platinum debut, hit No. 4 on the Billboard 200 following its December 1994 release via Trauma Records. The 12-track collection spawned six successful singles: “Everything Zen,” “Little Things,” “Comedown,” “Glycerine,” and “Machinehead.” To mark Sixteen Stone’s 20th anniversary, the band released a remastered edition of the album in October 2014.

Bush scored their first and only No. 1 album to date in 1996 with Razorblade Suitcase. The album, released in November 1996, featured the hits “Swallowed,” “Greedy Fly,” “Bonedriven,” and “Cold Contagious.”

Joining Bush on tour will be Chicago, Illinois indie rock outfit The Kickback. The four-piece band released their debut studio album, Sorry All Over the Place, back in September 2015 through Julian Records. Recorded with Spoon drummer Jim Eno at his studio in Austin, Texas, the 10-track album includes the singles “White Lodge” and “Sting’s Teacher Years.”

Tickets, which start at $45, are available here at AXS.com. Bush is also offering fans the opportunity to purchase a Side Stage VIP Package and Meet & Greet VIP Package. Doors open at 7 p.m. for the all ages event. Royal Oak Music Theatre is located at 318 West 4th Street in Royal Oak, Michigan. For more information, visit Bush’s website, The Kickback’s website, and Royal Oak Music Theatre’s website.


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