Bush Celebrate Sixteen Stone 25th Anniversary at CMAC
British rock band Bush decided they wanted to hit the road with their friends Live
to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their hit albums, Sixteen Stone and
Throwing Copper. Our Lady Peace was invited to open for both bands on the
tour with the headliners alternating each night. On Friday June 14th the
ALTimate tour made a stop at CMAC in Canadaigua, New York to continue the
festivities. The weather decided to clear up after weeks of rain long enough for
the bands and fans to have a fun night.
Bush formed in 1992 in London, England with Gavin Rossdale on lead vocals
and guitar, Nigel Pulsford on guitar, Dave Parsons on bass and Robin
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Courage My Love Perform One Off at the Mohawk Place in Buffalo, NY
On April 24th fans and people looking for a fun night braved the cold to see
Kitchener, Ontario pop-punk trio Courage My Love. After having to cancel their US
tour with Potty Mouth, the band decided to keep the show they booked with After
Dark Events at the Mohawk Place in Buffalo, New York. Doors opened promptly at
6:00pm with a few local openers to warm the crowd up. Shortly after 9:00pm the
band came down from the upstairs dressing rooms and took the stage. Drummer
Phoenix Arn-Horn started singing the opening lines of "Love Hurts" from behind
her kit before the music kicks in and her sister Mercedes takes over on vocals.
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