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Gavin Rossdale Concert Review – Blender Theater

7 May 2009 3 Comments

Gavin Rossdale played the Blender Theater Tuesday night, May 5th, 2009.

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Sixteen Stone and Razorblade Suitcase were in heavy rotation in my teens. I mainly went to hear Rossdale play Bush classics, while dreading the new material. The set was a good mix of new and sold songs, including an acoustic cover of “Landslide.” The Bush songs played were Machinehead (opened the show), The People That We Love, Chemicals, Zen, Comedown (closed the show), and Glycerine. He also played Boombox from the Institute record. It was a good set.

If he’s playing in your area, head out to the show. You won’t be disappointed. The venue was 80-85% full.

I was standing in the crowd next to Jim Courier, the former number one tennis player in the world.

Gavin Rossdale Setlist Blender Theater New York 5/5/09

Gavin Rossdale Setlist Blender Theater New York 5/5/09

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3 Comments »

  • Oscar said:

    Ticket prices were high for this one. I heard it was good.

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  • zebo said:

    What’s the deal with his hairline?

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  • Carla said:

    This is Andrew’s gay boyfriend.

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