Hair: Dark Blonde
Eyes: Blue / Green
Born: 30 October 1967
Kilburn, London, England, UK
Discovered: Gavin, the lead singer and guitarist of the British rock group Bush, was taught how to play guitar by his younger sister, Soraya.
The band came together in 1992 when Gavin and Nigel Pulsford met. Bush's first album, Sixteen Stone (1994), was a modest commercial success but criticism followed them throughout their entire career as a band. Especially for Gavin, who critics bashed for his "heart-throb" status among teenage girls, often dismissing him as little more than a pinup with a guitar.
Nevertheless, Gavin and Bush stuck it out with albums like Razorblade Suitcase (produced by Steve Albini, who also produced Nirvana's In Utero) and Golden State. Although, neither sold as well as their debut album. The band has officially been on hiatus since 2002.
Since then Gavin has made headlines for his marriage to rocker Gwen Stefani, who recently announced her pregnancy with Gavin.
In 2004, Gavin put Bush on the shelf and formed the rock group Institute. Institute's first CD, entitled Distort Yourself, was released on September 13, 2005. The first single is called "Bullet-Proof Skin."
Resume: Bush Discography:
Golden State (2001)
Продолжение ниже рекламного блока:
The Science of Things (1999)
Razorblade Suitcase (1996)
Sixteen Stone (1994)
Distort Yourself (2005)
Romance: Married to Gwen Stefani (14 September 2002 - present).
Has a daughter named Daisy Lowe (b. 1989) from a brief fling with fashion designer Pearl Lowe.
Quotes: "I know that sometimes we get accused of being a band that's successful on account of my average cheek bones. But it IS a good band. I'm not the most arrogant person in the world, but I'm going to start to be. I'm sort of sick of being misrepresented." - Gavin Rossdale
"I'm not in any way homophobic, but I just hung around that whole scene. I grew up in the center of London, and the best clubs were always the gay clubs." - Gavin Rossdale quoted after rumors sparked that he was gay after an insinuation in Boy George's 1995 autobiography.