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Video: Bush brings “The Sound of Winter” to Leno

on September 23, 2011, 1:11am

bush leno Video: Bush brings The Sound of Winter to Leno

If you’re into comedy, here’s a rough sketch of your Thursday night TV lineup: Community, Parks & Recreation, The Office (c’mon, James Spader), and It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia. Odds are it doesn’t include The Tonight Show with Jay Leno; that is, unless Mr. Race Car snags a musical guest worth catching. Like, he did last night with Bush. Supporting their latest LP, The Sea of Memories, Gavin Rossdale hit Burbank Studios to perform their current single, “The Sound of Winter”. No idea what’s with up the weird, silver sleeve, but Rossdale arrived in top form, and the song continues to stick after repeated listens – especially that thudding chorus. By the way, does anyone else think guitarist Chris Traynor looks like stunt man Tyler Mane (X-Men, Halloween)? Sort of intimidating, although that’s fitting for a modern rock act these days. Check out the clip below, courtesy of The Audio Perv.

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Stefan
September 23, 2011 at 6:19 am

Okay, is Gavin Rosedale a personal friend of someone on staff? What is the deal with all the Bush stuff? This needs to be explained.

Stefan
September 23, 2011 at 6:31 am

Okay, I hadn’t even read the article before commenting. Wow. The dude like babysits for them or something.   

Bush = musical guest worth catching? You write this as if it is the general consensus. It is not. Please include IMveryveryveryveryHO before such wacko statements. I get it if you liked Bush more than they deserved to be liked in the 90’s. I had friends like that too who tried to convince me they were amazing mostly because they were from Britain (so obvioulsy amazing right?) and no none really knew about them before “Glycerine”. Bush was just a bastardization of some really sweet “alternative” music that had become all of a sudden huge.

BUSH IS NOT A REAL THING ESPECIALLY IN 2011!!!!!!!!!

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