Men always react to smells. The scent of a passing woman is sure to turn his head. Even if he’s not a morning person, the aroma of coffee and fried foods can arouse him from sleep with a smile on his face. For Gavin Rossdale, the stench of a rehearsal space drew him to music, and sent him out a musician.In his "Beacon Moment" interview, Gavin recounts the role America, Trauma Records and radio station KROQ played in propelling his career forward. The "Beacon Moment" is a decision, experience or choice that shapes the outcome of the rest of your life. earMUSIC recently announced the European exclusive release of "Live!" on March 1, 2013, a DVD and Blu-ray package from BUSH. The centrepiece of "Live!" is a full-length concert, filmed at the Roseland Theater in Portland, Oregon (USA) in the fall of 2011. "Live From Roseland" is the first concert performance from BUSH to be released on Blu-Ray and DVD. A special CD+DVD will also be available for a limited period, which will include the European Limited 2CD Edition of the studio album "The Sea Of Memories". The 90 breathtaking minutes that form "Live From Roseland" include all-time favorites like "Glycerine", "Everything Zen" and "The Chemicals Between Us", as well new hits "The Sound Of Winter" and "All Night Doctors" from "The Sea Of Memories". A show highlight is the extremely powerful "The Afterlife", during which Gavin Rossdale gets up close and personal with the audience, singing as he makes his way through the crowd and around the entire theater. Equally exciting is the bonus content featured on "Live!" : "On The Roof" is a stripped down, five-song acoustic performance, filmed on a magic night in Berlin for the interactive music channel Tape.tv. The official music videos for "The Sound Of Winter" and "Baby Come Home" are also included, and complete the offer for band completists.
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