Bush, veteran rockers Uriah Heep and rap supergroup Public Enemy have been added to the bill for this summer's (11) Sunset Strip Music Festival, which will honour Motley Crue.
The three-day music marathon, which will take place at the Strip's fabled venues the House of Blues, Viper Room, The Key Club, Roxy Theatre and Whisky A Go-Go - as well as on the street itself - is scheduled for 18 to 20 August (11).
The event will kick off with a tribute to Motley Crue and wrap up with a street concert by the glam rockers, who will headline a bill that will also include Bush, Cobra Starship and Public Enemy.
British rockers Uriah Heep will headline the Thursday night (18Aug11) celebrations at The Key Club, while The Doors stars Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger will return to Whisky A Go-Go, the venue they made famous in the late 1960s, for a headlining slot on the Friday night (19Aug11) with vocalist David Brock.
Motley Crue will be the fourth honorees at the festival. Previous years have seen tributes to Slash, Ozzy Osbourne and the Smashing Pumpkins.