Live and Bush Team Up for Alt-imate Tour to Celebrate 25 Years of ‘Throwing Copper,’ ‘Sixteen Stone’


The tour will function fellow 90s rockers Our Lady Peace, whose album ‘Naveed’ was additionally launched in 1994.

Alternative rock bands Bush and Live are teaming up this summer season for a co-headlining North American tour. Dubbed the Alt-imate tour, the 2 bands will kick off their dates on the Grand Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Conn. on June 6 and hit a further 33 cities by means of September.

"We are thrilled to be touring this summer season with LIVE," stated Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale in a launch. "The wealth and depth of songs from each bands ought to present an excellent evening of music. Looking ahead to seeing you all this summer season."

The tour will attain Atlantic City, Boston, Denver, Los Angeles, Miami, Atlanta, Baltimore and Pittsburgh earlier than closing out on Sept. eight at Meadow Brook Amphitheatre in Rochester, Mich.

"Bush is a superb band and Gavin is an excellent passionate singer and performer.  I'm actually trying ahead to spending the summer season with them," stated Live frontman Ed Kowalczyk in a launch. "I do know the followers are going to get one hell of a present."

In 2019, each bands are celebrating the 25th anniversary of landmark albums. Live launched Throwing Copper in 1994 with hit singles “Lightning Crashes,” whereas Bush launched Sixteen Stone which broke by means of with tracks like “Glycerine.”

"Sixteen Stone propelled us onto the musical panorama," stated Rossdale. "Those songs have discovered a means into the soundtrack of individuals's lives and that’s the highest praise accessible. We've continued to make music that resonates with folks."

"It's an incredible feeling to know that these songs nonetheless resonate so profoundly with folks," stated Kowalczyk. "And I nonetheless completely get off on celebrating this music with them. With Throwing Copper, we have been taking up huge issues with a giant sound.  Love, reality, delivery, loss of life, philosophy, faith, spirituality…we have been asking the perennial questions and poking round for solutions with this huge and dynamic sound. It attracted folks from everywhere in the world. We have been inviting them to think about that rock and roll might be a sound discussion board for exploring a majority of these issues…we constructed it they usually got here."

The tour can even function Canadian rockers Our Lady Peace, who’re celebrating the 25th anniversary of their debut album Naveed, which featuree the alt-rock hit "Starseed."

Tickets go on sale to most of the people starting March 15 at 10am native time at Check out a full listing of dates under.