On Eddie Trunk's SiriusXM radio show today (4/9/20) Eddie spoke exclusively to Gavin Rossdale from Bush to discuss the bands upcoming tour, new record, and how the Corona virus has effected things in the rock world.
When asked about touring Rossdale stated:
"I am concerned about the whole "live" world, when the heck are we going to play live, ever? (It's not going to be) for quite some time. If you think about it music is the first thing people turned to when this crisis happened, or any crisis happens, you can make the soundtrack to your own misery or happiness or whatever, it is the soundtrack to your emotions and ironically it's the last thing people can do now, to see live shows. Before we had the most freedom and non fear from the virus but now it's crazy how it works, the whole social distancing thing. How does that work for shows?
Trunk then asked Rossdale about Bush's upcoming tour with Breaking Benjamin and if it was still happening. Gavin replied:
"Yeah, but No. I don't think so. I don't think I will be there. It's a really weird time and I don't think that's going to happen."
Trunk asked Rossdale about how he will approach meet and greet situations in the near future and Rossdale replied:
"We will do meet and greets but like web cam stuff. Web cam meet and greets. I did one yesterday for DC 101, I did a meet and greet on the zoom for a bunch of radio listeners individually."
Bush's latest release, "The Kingdom" will be released on July 17, 2020