Bush and Theory of a Deadman — one a beloved 1990s British alt-rock band, the other a popular Canadian modern rock foursome — will play a double header at the Androscoggin Bank Colisee in Lewiston on Saturday, Feb. 21. Tickets for the general admission show are $39.75 and will be available on Ticketmaster starting at 10 a.m. this Friday, Nov. 21.
Bush released its sixth album, “Man on the Run,” in October of this year, 20 years after their six times platinum debut album “Sixteen Stone” was released. “Sixteen Stone” spawned such classic alternative rock hits as “Glycerine,” “Comedown” and “Machinehead.” Followup album “Razorblade Suitcase” also spawned several hits, including “Swallowed” and “Greedy Fly.” Since reforming in 2010 after breaking up in 2002, the band has released two albums, “The Sea of Memories” and “Man on the Run.”
Theory of a Deadman is a Canadian rock band long associated with fellow Canadian rockers Nickelback. They are known for their hit singles “Bad Girlfriend” and “Lowlife” and for collaborating with people like Chris Daughtry, Alice Cooper and Rascal Flatts. Their latest album is “Savages” which came out earlier this year.