If you’ve ever been to a Ozzy show, you know he’s always like “anyone of you that make it up here to the stage, are the craziest muther effers out there…but, if you know the reality of it…no one is getting on the stage with Ozzy, or most any other band for that matter. If you think that bands really like it when you get up on the stage with them…think again. They don’t really. UNLESS, they actually pull you up on the stage with them. Well, Bush invited people up on stage recently, and that story goes like this.
During Bush‘s show in Atlantic City, New Jersey Saturday, frontman Gavin Rossdale invited fans to join the band onstage during their closing performance of the hit “Comedown.” Unfortunately, the gesture didn’t go over as planned.
In footage obtained by TMZ, a swamped Rossdale tries to keep the onstage fans orderly as Bush starts to play the song. Right off the bat, however, one fan runs into the mic stand and knocks the mic to the floor. While security moves to remove him, another fan picks up the mic and starts to sing. Her moment in the spotlight didn’t last long, though, as Rossdale grabbed the mic back.
According to TMZ, the incident happened “toward the end of the concert.”
Bush is currently touring the U.S. in support of their new album, Black and White Rainbows. They’ll embark on a tour with Stone Temple Pilots and The Cult in the summer.
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