Gavin Rossdale Biography
(Best Known as the Lead Singer and Rhythm Guitarist of the Rock Band 'Bush')
Birthday: October 30, 1965 (Scorpio)
Born In: Marylebone, London, England
Gavin Rossdale is the lead singer and rhythm guitarist of the British rock band ‘Bush’. Although he is a native of London, he found bigger success in the U.S. as compared to his home country where he had been criticized for not being a part of the Britpop scene. Undaunted by his countrymen’s disapproval, this talented singer and his band mates went on to achieve great fame and fortune in America. Rossdale and fellow guitarist Nigel Pulsford formed the ‘Bush’ band in 1992 along with Dave Parsons and Sacha Gervasi. Their first album ‘Sixteen Stone’ was a huge hit and the band went on to become one of the best selling rock groups of the decade. The band found commercial success and fame for the next few years. However, declining sales led to the disbanding of ‘Bush’ as the members went their separate ways after a decade of working together. Rossdale formed another band, ‘Institute’, with Chris Traynor, Cache Tolman and Charlie Walker. The band released only one album and could not do well, and broke up within two years. He then attempted to establish himself as a solo singer, but could not find much success. In 2010, Rossdale reorganized the band ‘Bush’ with new members and released an album ‘A Sea of Memories’ which was well liked by the audiences.