|Genres||Alternative Country, Southern/Blues Rock/Rockabilly|
|Band Members||Eddie Bush|
|# Years Experience Performing Live:||29|
|# Live Perfomances Past Six-months:||40|
|Market Draw:||Charleston, SC: 501-600|
|Venue History:||FarmAid - Mansfield, MA; Newport Folk Festival - Newport, RI; House of Blues - Myrtle Beach, SC; House of Blues - Orlando, FL; Tabernacle - Atlanta, GA; Performing Arts Center - Charleston, SC; Moon Theater - Talahassee, FL; Roxy - Atlanta, GA; Living Room - New York, NY; Joe's Pub - New York, NY; Hotel Cafe - Los Angeles, CA; Showcase Live - Foxboro, MA; Lowell Memorial Auditorium - Lowell, MA; Bluebird Cafe - Nashville, TN; Ryman Auditorium - Nashville, TN; Hard Rock Cafe - Orlando, FL; Hard Rock Cafe - Nashville, TN; CMA Fan Fest - Nashville, TN; The Orange Peel - Asheville, SC; B.R. Cohn Winery - Glen Ellen, CA|
|Opener Experience:||Keith Urban; Cheap Trick; Eddie Money; Heart; Montgomery Gentry; Sammy Hagar; Alison Krauss; Charlie Daniels; .38 Special; Jefferson Starship; Ted Nugent; REO Speedwagon; Georgia Satellites; Rick Springfield; Steve Morse; Delbert McClinton; Little River Band; Jeff Healy; Eric Johnson; Carrie Underwood; Doobie Brothers|
|Similar Artists:||Keith Urban|
|Performing Rights Society:||BMI|
|Discography:||Eat, Drink & Sing EP—2014; Calloused Hands LP—2013; Holiday Harmonies EP—2011; I C Christmas Single—2010; Last of the Good Guys [One Flew South] LP—2008; Eddie Bush LP—2005; The Thin Blue Line Single—2005; Eddie Bush - Sampler CD EP—2005; Watch and Listen (CD/DVD) LP—2004; Eddie Bush - Southern Sampler CD EP—2002; Spirit of America Single—2001; A Work in Progress LP—1999; Magic Screen LP—1996; Hands in Pocket LP—1995|
Eddie Bush’s lifelong love for music began when he was four and he counts among his greatest musical influences The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, Prince and Eddie Van Halen. Eddie has toured with renowned guitarist Eric Johnson and has shared concert bills with country acts Keith Urban, Carrie Underwood, Kenny Chesney, Miranda Lambert, Jason Aldean, Little Big Town, The Band Perry, Phil Vassar, Love & Theft and Montgomery Gentry, among others, and legends like Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp, Alison Krauss, Ted Nugent, Rick Springfield, Jefferson Starship, .38 Special, REO Speedwagon, Heart and the Doobie Brothers.
2001 found Eddie in the national spotlight. In the days following the tragic events of 9/11, Eddie wrote the moving anthem Spirit of America. Played throughout the United States and on U.S. Navy ships in the Persian Gulf, Spirit of America helped renew the spirit of Americans during one of our country’s greatest times of grief. Shortly following the success of Spirit of America, Eddie appeared live on Fox Channel’s Fox & Friends as well as in our nation’s capitol in front of 30,000 police officers and President Bush, where he performed his tribute to fallen police officers The Thin Blue Line.
In 2005, Eddie’s first Billboard Hot Country single Hard to Stop a Train led him to Grammy® winning songwriter Marcus Hummon who was looking to round out a trio with singers Chris Roberts and Royal Reed. The new trio, One Flew South, was quickly signed to Decca/Universal and in 2008 debuted their first album, Last of the Good Guys, producing the Billboard Hot Country Top 40 hit My Kind of Beautiful.
In 2010, after the breakup of One Flew South, Eddie formed Eddie Bush & the Mayhem, and the band immediately began recording. Their first release, I C Christmas, received airplay on holiday playlists across America. Adding to the popularity of I C Christmas, Eddie Bush & the Mayhem recorded Holiday Harmonies in 2011, again to great response. With momentum on their side, in December 2012, the band released the 15-song disc Calloused Hands, showing they are poised to take the music world by storm. In 2013, in collaboration with Mira Winery, Eddie released the 10 song, all acoustic Eat, Drink & Sing.