Bush’s Nowhere To Go But Everywhere Tour Stop At The Hershey Theatre

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Photo Credit: T. Cody Strubel

The Hershey Theatre was buzzing with anticipation on Saturday, November 18, 2023, as rock fans gathered for a sold-out show featuring Bush, Bad Wolves, and Eva Under Fire. The Nowhere To Go But Everywhere Tour promised a night of high-energy rock and grunge music, and it certainly delivered.

Eva Under Fire, a rock band hailing from Detroit, Michigan was the first to take the stage. The band, which has been active since 2015, consists of lead vocalist Eva Marie, guitarists Rob Lyberg and Chris Slapnik, bassist Ed Gawlik, and drummer Dave Miller II. They’ve been making waves in the music industry, with their song “Blow” ranking high on the Mainstream Rock Airplay and Rock & Alternative Airplay charts.

Next up was Bad Wolves, a metal supergroup founded in 2017. The band was formed by drummer John Boecklin and vocalist Tommy Vext, both of whom have a rich history in the rock scene. They were joined by lead guitarist Doc Coyle and bassist Kyle Konkiel. However, the band has since seen a change in their lineup, with Daniel “DL” Laskiewicz taking over as lead vocalist after Vext’s departure. Their setlist for the night included hits like “Bad Friend”, “If Tomorrow Never Comes”, and “Zombie”, which kept the crowd on their feet and set the tone for the rest of the night.

Bush, the headliner of the night, took the stage to a roaring crowd. The band, led by Gavin Rossdale on lead vocals and rhythm guitar, also includes Chris Traynor on lead guitar and backing vocals, Corey Britz on bass and backing vocals, and Nik Hughes on drums. They kicked off their set with “Everything Zen” and “Machinehead”, much to the delight of the fans.

The band’s performance was a testament to their enduring appeal and their ability to connect with their audience. Rossdale, in particular, made a point of interacting with the crowd, even descending into the audience multiple times. The fans were treated to a 13-song set that included hits like “Swallowed”, “The Chemicals Between Us”, and “Little Things”. The band left the stage only to return for a three-song encore, ending the night on a high note with “Comedown”.

The Nowhere To Go But Everywhere Tour was a celebration of Bush’s new album Loaded: The Greatest Hits 1994 – 2023, and the band certainly lived up to the hype. Their performance at the Hershey Theatre was a testament to their enduring appeal and their ability to deliver a high-energy, engaging show. From the opening notes of “Everything Zen” to the closing chords of “Comedown”, Bush proved once again why they are one of the most beloved bands in the rock and grunge scene.

Eva Under Fire
Bad Wolves

T. Cody Strubel is the founder of Rock Documented, a platform he established in September 2015. As the Lead Photographer, Writer, and Editor, Cody has been instrumental in shaping the site's content and visual aesthetic. His exceptional work in music photography was recognized by the Central Pennsylvania Music Hall of Fame, where he was voted "Best Photography" at their inaugural event. Cody's equipment of choice includes two Nikon D850s, a Nikon 22-70mm 2.8 VR, a Nikon 70-200mm 2.8 VR, and a Black Rapid Shoulder Strap. His passion for music and photography, combined with his commitment to promoting local talent, makes him a vital voice in the Central Pennsylvania music scene.

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