As the weather warms up, there've been a lot more rockers energized by the return to the outdoor venues and several of them have literally taken the leap into the crowd to get into the spirit. For the most part things have gone well for rockers like Papa Roach's Jacoby Shaddix and P.O.D.'s Sonny Sandoval among others, but Bush's Gavin Rossdale ran into a little trouble with his crowd invasion during a show in Indianapolis over the weekend.
Happy Mother's Day 2013. It's a day for saluting the women who have brought children into the world, raised them and put them on the path to the life they have chosen. In some instances, that life is rock and roll and a number of top rockers are offering up Mother's Day wishes to their own mothers as well as the other mothers out there.
Back in January of 2012, Shinedown frontman Brent Smith issued a bit of a challenge to rock fans asking them to rise up, take a stand and declare the return of rock. Since that time, Shinedown has been proudly carrying the torch, bringing their formidable live show from coast to coast with a force fueled by the fists of a legion of loyal rockers.
Gavin Rossdale's decision to reclaim the Bush name has been a successful one, as 'The Sea of Memories' album has been one of his best efforts in years and the interest in his touring has picked up as a result. Having revived the Bush name, Rossdale and his band hit the historic Stubb's stage in Austin, Texas back in 2011 and the show was filmed for a new concert DVD/Blu-Ray release.
The couple that plays together, stays together! A rock music rarity took place during Bush's set at the 23rd annual KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas at the Gibson Ampitheatre in Los Angeles on Dec. 8. Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale was joined onstage by his wife Gwen Stefani, a successful artist in her own right as the singer of No Doubt and as a solo act who has churned out hit after hit.
The world is keeping a close eye on the East Coast today as Hurricane Sandy's destruction has wreaked havoc with its high winds, torrential rain, and potential for even more trouble as the storm heads inland. Many across the nation are sending their positive thoughts to those dealing with the storm and its aftermath, including a number of rockers.