Get tickets: http://ticketf.ly/1y4JZXx Green Machine Concerts & Red Mountain Entertainment Presents BUSH w/ Theory Of A Deadman Sun, March 8, 2015 Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm Minglewood Hall Memphis, TN $30.00 - $35.00 On Sale: Fri 12/05: 10:00 am CST: This event is all ages The new BUSH album, The Sea of Memories, is steeped in the notion that one has to know where they came from to know where they're going. "We are the sum of everything we've done -- right, wrong and in-between," says singer and guitarist Gavin Rossdale. "We're all victims, and benefactors, of our past." And Bush should know. The British-born band has had more success over the course of their first half-dozen years than most artists do in a lifetime. From Sixteen Stone to The Science of Things, they made some of the most successful rock albums in recent memory. The seminal outfit also forged a sound that would come to characterize an entire decade. Today, Rossdale is mining the past for clues to the future, and has come up with an album that reflects both sides of that time quotient. On The Sea of Memories, he's resurrected the band with drummer Robin Goodridge, guitarist Chris Traynor and bassist Corey Britz. "When making music, you have a choice to repeat what you've done or move on," says Rossdale. "It would've been safe to just rework [1994's debut album] Sixteen Stone over and over, but what kind of life would that be? When you're driving down the road, you're focused on what's in front of you; you don't really think to keep checking in your rear view mirror. I like the idea of art changing, developing and morphing." The Sea of Memories is drenched in Bush's trademark intensity and driven by Rossdale's emotive, bittersweet vocals, but it's also infused with an immediacy that pushes the album into new, compelling directions. From their lead single, the atmospheric powerhouse "The Sound of Winter," to the rapid-fire exuberance of "All My Life," Bush reveals itself as a re-energized band.
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