Bush with Jerry Cantrell and Candlebox

Jul 27th

After three decades, well over 20 million records sold, a Grammy nomination, and one billion streams, Bush has made a lasting imprint on rock music. Number-one hits like "Glycerine," "Machinehead," and "Comedown" dominate rock radio, and the English band regularly packs amphitheaters and ignites festival stages worldwide. Bush ruled the US charts throughout the ’90s, with its debut album certified six times Platinum and its sophomore album certified triple Platinum.

With instantly identifiable riffs and equally recognizable vocals, Jerry Cantrell was the co-founder, vocalist, lead guitarist, and main songwriter of the iconic Seattle-based band Alice In Chains. He also penned three solo albums, Boggy Depot (1998), Degradation Trip (2002), and Brighten (2021). Throughout his career, Cantrell garnered 11 Grammy nominations, logged multiple number-one hits, sold north of 30 million records, and was named one of the "100 Greatest Guitar Players of All Time" by Guitar World.

Since its formation in 1990, Seattle-based rock band Candlebox has released eight studio albums and several charting singles. The group’s self-titled debut album was certified quadruple Platinum, and its next album, Lucy, was certified Gold. Featuring a predominantly hard rock style, the band also incorporates hints of grunge and blues into its unique sound.

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