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
Goodridge on drums. To continue reading, click here.
Simple Plan & State Champs Bring Where I Belong Tour To Niagara Falls
After taking some time off from touring to work on their highly anticipated upcoming release,
Simple Plan have returned for a month long tour with State Champs. Bassist David Desrosiers
also has returned to the road with the band after a two year hiatus and fans could not be more
thrilled to have the entire lineup back! Before hitting the road the band along with State Champs
and We The Kings released a new single titled "Where I Belong" and decided to name the tour
after the song. We The Kings have also joined both the bands for the tour making it a killer
lineup of great pop-punk bands!
On November 2nd fans from many cities in the northeast including Canada lined up
in the freezing cold outside the Rapids Theatre in Niagara Falls, New York to
attend a nearly sold out show for their favourite bands. To continue reading, click
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