Hit rockers Bush, along with support act Civil Twilight and local opener Ruby Velle, performed a high-energy show for a packed house at The Tabernacle in downtown Atlanta, GA. Opening the evening, chanteuse Ruby Velle gained new fans with her throaty, sensual style and sultry songs.
Up next, indie alt-rockers Civil Twilight took the stage and treated the crowd to their Pink Floyd-esque melodies and powerful storytelling lyrics. Originally from South Africa, lead vocalist Steven McKeller and his brother Andrew on guitar, along with Richard Wouters on drums, met up with N. Carolina native Kevin Dailey, settled in Nashville and put together their latest album, Holy Weather, which they performed for the crowd.
When Bush hit the stage, the crowd went wild as the band performed their hits, along with material from their latest album, The Sea of Memories, released in 2010. Comprised of Gavin Rossdale on vocals, Chris Traynor on guitar, Corey Britz on bass and drummer Robin Goodridge, Bush treated their fans to an evening of good music and great fun.
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