“For some critics we might be uncool on account of our popularity.”
“I love playing live, I don't like studios all that much. I need the reaction of the audience.”
Gavin Rossdale (born Gavin McGregor Rossdale in London, England on October 30, 1965) is an English musician. Gavin was the lead singer and guitarist of the rock band, Bush, from 1992-2002. The band’s hits include “Glycerine,” and “Swallowed.” He formed the band Institute in 2004 following a hiatus. The band’s hit single was “Bullet Proof Skin.” Gavin started a solo career in 2007, releasing the single “Can’t Stop The World,” which featured his wife Gwen Stefani along with Katy Perry, Shirley Manson, and Dave Stewart. Bush reunited in 2010 and Gavin re-joined the band. He also developed an acting career, appearing in films including Constantine, Zoolander, Little Black Book, and How To Rob A Bank. He has appeared on TV’s Criminal Minds and Burn Notice.
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Gavin Rossdale is best known as the lead singer of Bush and as Gwen Stefani’s husband.
Gavin Rossdale met Gwen Stefani in 1995. The pair married in 2002. They have two children, Kingston (born 2006) and Zuma (born 2008). In 2004, a paternity test revealed that Gavin is the father of Pearl Lowe’s daughter, Daisy (born in 1989). Boy George’s memoir reported that Gavin had an affair with Birtish singer Peter Robinson, a.k.a. Marilyn, which Gavin attributed to experimentation. Sadly, after 13 years Gwen filed for divorce from Gavin on Aug. 3, 2015 citing “irreconcilable differences”.