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Sunday, 26 September 2010

BUSH at the Epicenter festival "Bush's first major concert in eight years was one of several notable moments "

Maybe the most telling part of Bush's convincing comeback show at Saturday's Epicenter Festival in Fontana, CA, came during the bridge of the 1994 hit "Everything Zen," when frontman Gavin Rossdale detoured into lyrical bits from Talking Heads' "Once in a Lifetime." "You may ask yourself / Well, how did I get here?" he sang. "And you may tell yourself / This is not my beautiful house / This is not my beautiful wife...."

No, this was Rossdale's rock band — a reconstituted version, anyway — loud and proud. He might have asked himself some hard questions when considering re-forming his London-born quartet, but with his beautiful wife, Gwen Stefani, and two children in the wings on Saturday, Rossdale, original drummer Robin Goodridge, Chris Traynor (guitar), and Corey Britz (bass) roared through a hit-laden set as if grunge had never the left airwaves.

Bush's first major concert in eight years was one of several notable moments on a weekend when a record heat wave flat-out stole the show. The temperature at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, 45 minutes east of downtown Los Angeles, hit 109 degrees each day, and it felt hotter on the all-asphalt grounds at the festival, which drew just over 50,000 fans over two days. Faces were not the only things that melted.

Playing into a harsh sunset, Rossdale emerged in short sleeves and vest, his hair tied back. The vest was gone and the hair down by "Everything Zen," which followed openers "Machinehead" and "Little Things" and new song "Afterlife," the first single from Bush's upcoming album "Everything Always Now." Rossdale and mates seemed to be feeling their way early on — it could be they were just feeling the heat — but by the time the frontman clambered along the center barrier to greet fans, everything was in sync.

you can read the full artical at-http://www.spin.com/articles/eminem-bush-bAdd Imagelink-headline-kick-ass-cali-fest

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