Gavin Rossdale, the lead singer and rhythm guitarist of the English rock band Bush, hosted one of the more recent episodes of the brand-new series of Billboard Live At-Home Concerts, in which songsters from all around the globe entertain bored and anxious fans from the comfort of their own homes for roughly 30 minutes apiece by playing their own hits, in addition, to cover songs.
"Cheers! Remember, there's no time of day now... no nights, no weekends, just quarantine," Rossdale greeted the live audience before launching into a rendition of the band's 1994 smash hit, "Machinehead."
He also covered Bob Dylan's 1969 classic, "Lay Lady Lay" and the song "Ambulances" by the short-lived band, Institute, which Rossdale founded during Bush's short hiatus in the early 2000s.
Bush is currently gearing up to release their 8th
studio LP, The Kingdom, on July 17, 2020, following which they were scheduled to head out on a lengthy U.S tour along with Breaking Benjamin, but the likelihood is now slim, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Other singers to have hosted the Billboard Live At-Home Concert include Alex Gaskarth from All Time Low, 5th Harmony's Lauren Jauregui, and Hozier, among others.
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