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Friday, 30 July 2010

Gavin Rossdale attends the tennis match between Britain's Andy Murray and Tim Smyczek of the U.S. at the ATP L.A. Tennis Open tournam - Friday July 30

Thursday, 29 July 2010

Gavin Rossdale 'Excited' for Bush's Comeback

Posted on Jul 29th 2010 2:00PM by Steve Baltin
After an eight-year detour that saw him front the side project Institute and release a solo album, Gavin Rossdale is returning to Bush, hitting the stage at California's Epicenter Festival in September and releasing a new album, 'Everything Always Now,' this fall. Like many fans, Rossdale has been waiting for this moment for some time.

"My last show with Bush was, I think July 2002 and I didn't know at that point that it would take so long to return. Then when it started taking years, I wasn't sure how I'd ever get it back," Rossdale tells Spinner. "I've been waiting semi-patiently for eight years for the guys to join me to have that pristine reunion of the whole band and that very super Spinal Tap [moment] and really enjoy it, treasure it and savor it."

As Rossdale tells it, Bush was never supposed to break up. "It was really like we reached the point in 2002 where we needed a break and I thought that it would cool to do a side project band. Lots of my favorite bands did that, so I did Institute," he says. "It took a long time to come out and then it just dragged on and dragged on. By the time that was done and out it just seemed a far thing to do Bush. Then I tried, but Nigel [Pulsford, the original guitarist] didn't really want to travel, didn't really want to do it anymore."

But it was always Rossdale's intention to be the frontman for Bush again. In fact, "the 'Wanderlust' record was going to be a Bush record," he says, but his label talked him into doing it as a solo album when things lingered. While he had success with it, when it came time for 'Everything Always Now' he was determined it would be as a band, even if it's not the original quartet.

"When I began writing the new songs, I was thinking, 'Man, the biggest drawback about these songs is like coming out under my name. Why can't it be Bush?'" he wondered. "So I reached out again and got Robin [Goodridge, drummer]. I have Chris [Traynor, guitar], who played in the last six months of Bush, he's been with me ever since. I have Corey [Britz] on bass, who played with me on 'Wanderlust,' so it's kind of an extended musical family that I have around me anyway. I'm not getting any new guys in and I'm just doing the best I can. I'm excited about the record."

To Rossdale, it feels right to be making music as Bush again. "I just like the idea of operating under the name of Bush cause that's what I'm known by. Even after all these years that's still how I'm defined," he says. "For good or bad, that's my definition."


Spin Interview-Q&A: Gavin Rossdale to Reunite Bush

Everything is Zen with Gavin Rossdale.
Gavin Rossdale / Photo by Sophie Muller

By William Goodman on July 29, 2010 10:29 AM

The London-bred rocker has two sons (Kingston, 4, and Zuma, 23 months) with his wife, No Doubt singer Gwen Stefani, and a successful solo career; his debut album WANDERlust hit No. 8 on the rock charts in 2008. Now he's returning to his musical beginnings by reforming the post-grunge hitmakers Bush, who split eight years ago.

In June, the band unveiled plans for a reunion concert (singer Rossdale and drummer Robin Goodridge are the participating original members) on September 25 at Los Angeles' Epicenter Music Festival. Even better, the quartet -- also featuring bassist Corey Britz and guitarist Chris Traynor -- will release their fifth studio album, Everything Always Now, in October, followed by a worldwide tour.

Chatty and buoyant, the 42-year-old rocker phoned SPIN from his L.A. home to discuss his band's "evolved" new album, why he can't say the word "grunge," and his desire to play Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich in a match of tennis.

Hey, Gavin. How's it going?
Great. L.A. is super hot. Being English and living here feels like you're on holiday every day. It's the weirdest thing. As a kid, if you ever got to go away to the sun, you'd come back with a tan. It was so fun having a tan. The weirdest thing about living here is you go away somewhere, and it's sunny, then you come back and it's sunny.

What a nice problem to have.
[Laughs] On a superficial level, it's great.

So, the Bush reunion. Exciting! But why now?
For eight years I've been patiently waiting, gently pressing those guys and saying, "Come on, what else is there? What else are we going to do? We're doomed if we're not working with Bush." Then when I began to work on these songs after the WANDERlust tour, I was thinking that the only thing working against this material is me. Being released under my name sucks. It gives the album a ceiling. On the solo tour I was thinking, "Awwww, man, it would be so much better if I could do these songs with Bush, as Bush, and give them a fair run." So I rang the band up and asked them to do it, and just took whoever was willing [laughs]. Fuck it. Mark E. Smith can do it and it's always called the Fall. Why can't I be in that situation?

Did you have any worries about reuniting the band?
Not really. In a way it was liberating. I just wanted to make music I'm proud of and tour. I look at it like a great festival bill. When you're looking down a bill with great bands, whether it's Sonic Youth or Pixies or the National, just having your own name up there always felt so weird to me. With Bush it feels far more natural
Why aren't original guitarist Nigel Pulsford and bassist Dave Parsons in on the reunion?
Well, I've been speaking to Nigel a lot and each time I do a record, I'd ask him to do it. He's happy and it's not something he wanted to do -- he has a family. I spoke to Dave. I was surprised because I thought he'd do it. He thought about it for the weekend and then said he couldn't. He didn't want to commit and then back out -- he didn't know how long he could tour. It's an absurd amount of work. After all this time away we can't expect to just reappear without a lot of effort, you know?

How do you balance your personal life with your music?
It's always painful when I leave on tour. It's the hardest thing. It never used to be difficult -- I just had my dog and that was it. Now it's not easy, but it's reality. I want to set an example for my kids. I say, "Look at this house… this is how you get it." I don't understand the idea that you're unable to do both. People have done it for a long time, and you find a balance. I'm not going to be one of those dads who are always away and doesn't have any contact with home. I'm the opposite. I like that nomadic lifestyle and bringing the kids along is cool -- they love it.

Our sound is a bit evolved. It's interesting seeing the reactions to [first single] "Afterlife." It's like, "You're damned if you do, damned if you don't." Some reactions are, "Man, this is great! I love it! Bush are back!" Others are, "This sucks. You should listen to what they were like in 1995." You can't win. I would be easy to recreate the same sound -- just turn the guitars up and be a little more reckless. But everyone is meant to evolve. [Laughs] But if I was really smart I would've made Sixteen Stone over and over and over again. But that's not me. Being English, there's that whole club element, too. With The Science of Things, I was trying to expand with songs like "The Chemicals Between Us." It had some bleeps and whistles and drum machines. With this record it's about finding the balance between uplifting music that's got real energy and real vibe, but isn't bone crushing. Bush, to me, was never a heavy band, but we always had the right amount of thrust. I hope we captured that with this record. I was just mastering the album and it still worries me: "More guitar? More drums?" It keeps me awake at night, but it's so close to being done. But we're not recreating what Bush once was. Over our five records, Bush was a different band each time.

Tell me about a few songs on the record.
The album opens with a song called "The Mirror of the Signs," which is a powerful song. It's about when you look back on your life and eulogize or get nostalgic about where you've been. I lost a couple close friends this last year, one who committed suicide and one who overdosed. It's rough when you lose people unexpectedly. It makes me wistful for more carefree days. This song is about looking back and seeing yourself in the mirror. You catch these moments when you think about what went down or what happened. I would've liked to have more time with those two people. My friend Sean committed suicide while I was on the road. That was really bad. He was a close friend and a great inspiration, but I couldn't make it back for the funeral. So I wrote something and Gwen read it. She stopped because it was too painful. That shaped the album a lot. Life is so precious but it's easy to be a little bombastic and not appreciate it.

Has becoming a father and husband changed your writing?
Not really. It's funny now because in the age that we live in there's such a focus on celebrity, with Gwen and the whole paparazzi thing. It's weird when you think of Bob Marley, who had like 14 kids. I don't know if he was ever asked that question.

Can fans expect a full U.S. tour?
Yeah. We're talking about possibly releasing an EP before the fullc album because there was a lot of excitement that came from the first news that we were reforming. Then the single came out, and now it's doing great on radio… whatever that means nowadays. The record comes in October, but October is a long time from now. I love the idea of an EP. It makes me feel like I'm on Rough Trade Records, which of course I'd love to be [laughs].

Is the Bush reunion a one-off album project?
No, I think it's the opposite. Obviously, there's danger in nostalgia. We don't want people to say, "just please play Sixteen Stone." I want to make to keep making records that people dig and -- "dig," wow, that's so Santana, I've never used that word. I want to make records that people connect to and I think I've done that with this one.

What is the meaning of the album's title, Everything Always Now?
It's about the culture we live in and the idea of instant gratification. With music, I love that ability to identify pain and come through it. And even though it's a difficult for me to say the word "grunge," I like depressing music because I identify with it. But I also like uplifting, powerful stuff. Opening for U2 for five weeks and watching them onstage every night was incredible. Seeing a crowd truly love what they're watching is amazing, even when the songs are quite painful. There's a collective happiness that I wanted to get into the album's title.

You're collaborating with Santana to cover a T-Rex song. That seems like an odd pairing.
He's like Mr. Music. Think of him playing guitar and zoning out onstage at Woodstock… it's amazing. You don't turn Mr. Music down. I really wanted to cover [Pink Floyd's] "Comfortably Numb" with him. I thought he would really nail it. He could out-Gilmore Gilmore. The other track I suggested was T-Rex's "Bang a Gong" and he picked that one. I was like, "Really?" Anyways. I sang it and now he goes to play on it. He's the king. I just love to do collaborations and weirdly, well, maybe not weirdly, I've been asked to do a lot. I recently did a song with [Finnish cello rockers] Apocalyptica, too.

You're an avid tennis player. Have you ever played another rock star?
No, not really. But I heard Zach [De La Rocha] from Rage [Against the Machine] really likes to play. I know that [Metallica drummer] Lars Ulrich's dad was a pro and that Lars went to the [tennis school] Bollettieri Academy. I don't know if Lars plays anymore, but I'm sure he's still a great player. I'd love to play him.
Thursday, 22 July 2010

Gavin Rossdale Says Bush Reunion 'Feels Like Coming Home'

Band is dropping new LP, Everything Always Now, in October.
By Kyle Anderson (@kylemtv) , with reporting by Matt Elias

One could easily make the argument that the hottest band of 1995 was Bush. Fueled by their debut album, Sixteen Stone, and massive singles like "Everything Zen," "Little Things" and "Machinehead," the English quartet took the American rock audience by storm. Despite seemingly constant nose-turning from critics, the group continued to put out consistently beloved music through the end of the century. Now, eight years after they broke up, frontman Gavin Rossdale has gotten the band back together — and he couldn't be happier.

"It feels really exciting and really like coming home," Rossdale told MTV News in the studio where he was putting the finishing touches on the brand-new Bush album, their first since 2001's Golden State. "Doing Institute and a solo record felt like leaving home, and while I enjoyed those things, the excitement is palpable, and I'm into it."
Rossdale has stayed busy since he was last a member of a band called Bush. In addition to Institute — a more aggro-leaning rock act whose only album, 2005's Distort Yourself, was co-produced by Helmet mastermind Page Hamilton — he also put out a solo album, 2008's Wanderlust, which spawned the chart hit "Love Remains the Same." Now he's back together with the group that originally made him an alt-rock pin-up.

Well, mostly. Of the original quartet, only Rossdale and drummer Robin Goodridge are back together for a series of live dates and a new album. The group will be fleshed out by bassist Corey Britz and guitarist Chris Traynor, both of whom have played with Rossdale in his various solo and side-project incarnations in recent years. But though original members Nigel Pulsford and Dave Parsons are not involved, the reunion does have their blessing.

"I really thought that Dave would do it, so I was a little surprised by that," Rossdale said. "And I knew that Nigel would play on records but not go out on the road. We're all on perfectly good terms, it's just not where they're at."

Bush will make their public return at the Epicenter Music Festival in Fontana, California, on September 25, and Rossdale is about to deliver the completed new album, which is called Everything Always Now and is set to drop in October.

Bush mainman Gavin Rossdale talks to ARTISTdirect.com editor and Dolor author Rick Florino in this exclusive interview about Everything Always Now, St


Gavin Rossdale of Bush

Thu, 22 Jul 2010 09:05:01

Bush have created timeless music from the get-go.

The first time you hear a song like "Glycerine," "Swallowed" or "Letting the Cables Sleep," you never forget it. Even though the band's been gone for eight years, their influence has permeated pop culture since Sixteen Stone dropped in 1994. Given the stale state of rock 'n' roll, Bush couldn't have chosen a better time to come back.

They're also armed with the most transcendent album of their career, Everything Always Now. Due out this October, the record maintains the experimental edge of The Science of Things, but it also preserves the heavy fire that the band conjured on Razorblade Suitcase. In essence, it's the perfect Bush album.

The first single "Afterlife" thrusts an ethereal tale of love-after-death into the landscape of a pure rock anthem, while "Mirror of the Signs" opens the gateway into a sonic realm that's as dark as it is inviting. Frontman Gavin Rossdale sounds pristinely powerful and poetic too.

Bush are back tenfold, and Rossdale couldn't be more excited…

While putting the finishing touches on Everything Always Now at a North Hollywood studio, Bush's Gavin Rossdale sat down with ARTISTdirect.com editor and Dolor author Rick Florino for an exclusive interview about the album, his favorite authors, Stanley Kubrick, the band's first show at Epicenter and so much more.

The new material taps into the ethereal sensibility of The Science of Things, but there's still an edge reminiscent of Razorblade Suitcase. For you, does Everything Always Now sit at a crossroads between all of these styles?

Yeah, I think so. Having done the WANDERlust record, which I loved doing, it was nice to get a little heavier and just turn it up for Everything Always Now. That was the main thing about this album. Every record you make is, on one hand, an antidote to what you made before and, on the other hand, the sum of what you've made before. We've managed to create a collection of songs that have a lot of energy and people can really relate to.

You pick up where WANDERlust left off, but you also venture into new territory.

It's a learning curve. As a musician or a songwriter, if you ever think you're complete, then it's the time to quit. For me, it's always still a voyage of discovery and trying to get better all the time. That's it.

How has the creative process changed for you? Do you feel like you approach songwriting differently?

Absolutely! When I first began, I'd mainly play acoustic guitar badly and write songs over that. Then I'd turn them into rock songs. Over the last few years, I got much more into writing from a vibe. Maybe that's more of a hip hop thing, but I like to sing on atmosphere not just against an E-minor.

Your lyrics have always had a distinct literary sensibility. Were you reading a lot while you were writing this album?

I read all the time. Part of my job is words and how they connect. I love to read books and other people's lyrics. The trick is to sing or write about common experiences and, in some way, offer a different angle on them. Then it's a common feeling, but it's a unique way of describing it.

Which authors do you come back to?

Paul Oster is my out-and-out favorite. To me, he's probably America's finest writer. He's unbelievable. I've been reading Stieg Larsson's books a lot. Then there's this English guy Jake Arnott who I love. I like anything that's good quality. I find that if I read a good book, it makes me want to read five more. Then if I read a dud book, I just leave it alone for like four months and I think, "Man, I haven't read a book! I need to get one!" A good book inspires me to get another.

Would you ever want to write a book?

Well, writing a book is a lot of work [Laughs]. I've always thought that would be good though. They say that everyone's got one book in them, so maybe…I don't know exactly when, but I do like the idea of doing that. In a way, creatively, I'd love to do music for a film first. That's what I'd really like to do.

What's the story behind "Afterlife?"

I just wanted to write a song about love in another dimension, how that works and following somebody into the afterlife. I began "Afterlife" with the drums because I really wanted something uplifting and powerful at a different tempo than I'd sung before. It really opened up different sides of my voice in a weird way. I muscle or finesse my way through. It's funny because when I hear the songs done, I'm always a bit shocked. I'm like, "Wow, that's so cool. How could I ever top that?" Then you find a way to do another song, and it comes together.

If Everything Always Now were a movie or a combination of movies, what would it be?

2001: A Space Odyssey or something…I would hope that Stanley Kubrick would be involved. He'd be the king. Christopher Nolan is the new king, but Kubrick's the original king. The parallels involve just trying to push things forward while having elements that are familiar. When you're evolving, it's always like walking a tightrope between not losing what you intrinsically have and still pushing the boundaries. I always wanted to do a song on a crazy guitar loop. The first song on the album "Mirror of the Signs" began from that, for instance. It's about finding different ways to come at a song. Musically, "Mirror of the Signs" was really experimental because it didn't have a traditional beginning. It was down to this guitar piece, and I put a song around it. That big guitar is the linchpin of the song. The lyrics have to do with looking back at the best times of your life and wondering if you miss them as much as you think. "Mirror of the Signs" is looking back at this world of paradise. Maybe things weren't so great at the time, but they sure seem great now.

To look back at Razorblade Suitcase, does "Straight No Chaser" still resonate with you?

For sure! One of the joys about doing Bush again is it allows all of these songs to be reawakened. I was talking to somebody about "Straight No Chaser" just yesterday. It's funny. Normally when you record a ballad, you set up a click, then you play a guitar and you sing it. You replace the guitar, and you replace the voice. [Producer] Steve Albini was like, "The string players are coming here at 1pm so whenever you're ready…" I had to sit with four amazing London Philharmonic Orchestra string players and sing "Straight No Chaser" live alongside them. Steve really pushed me there. He said, "You've got to really feel it and be right in there with them." When I showed Nigel [Pulsford] the demo, he was listening to the lyrics and he goes, "That is one depressing song!" [Laughs] I just said, "Cool!" It was like Beavis [Laughs]. It felt really good to be that depressing!

It's dark, but it's very vulnerable at the same time.

Right, I always like to have the big songs and then one or two quite introverted songs. What was weird about WANDERlust is it never was that vulnerable of a record. However, when "Love Remains the Same" came out, the perception was that it's a singer-songwriter record. That was just one song on there though [Laughs].

Was the vibe instant when you got back in a room with Bush?

It was weird because the amazing run we had meant that all of us are forever linked with Bush. In a way, we never got away from it. It was no different. Whether you're in Bush or not, the band was still what defined my career. As a person, I learned so much through that band. If anything, it feels eerily normal and just like back home. It's like I went on this mad odyssey away, but really I'm back where I belong.

As a Deftones fan, did you dig Diamond Eyes?

Absolutely! I like it a lot. They're a fantastic band. I hope to catch them soon because they're so great.

You and Chino Moreno should do a song together.

I'd love to! We spoke about that actually. He's got Team Sleep and they have different people come and sing with them. I'll have to chase him about that because he's a fantastic musician and a great singer.

Who are you listening to right now?

Mainly Liars, their record is really out there. They're crazy! I'm waiting for Grinderman 2. That's coming out soon. I can't stop playing The National record right now. It's maudlin, down and crazy. I really enjoy The Dirty Projectors. That Bitte Orca record was fantastic. I played that a lot, so I'm giving it a little bit of a break. The new Unkle is amazing. The first song with Rachel Williams is really good. I'm also listening to Massive Attack.

What's next?

We're getting the artwork and video together. Then we're going into rehearsals. Epicenter is a great way to start. We're looking to really be on fire that night.

—Rick Florino

Gavin Rossdale Is Back With Bush, But Is Always Open For Collaborations

After an eight year hiatus, Bush are back together. The British post-grunge band who stormed the American charts with smashes like "Everything Zen," "Little Things" and "Machinehead" from their debut album Sixteen Stone have returned to the rock scene with a new tour and a brand new album called Everything Always Now (which should hit stores in October).

Nearly a decade has passed between Bush albums, and as Rossdale explained to MTV News' Matt Elias in the studio in Los Angeles, his writing has evolved profoundly since the release of 2001's Golden State. "You don't want to repeat yourself," Rossdale said. "I've thought a lot that if I repeated myself, I might have been more successful. Had I done Sixteen Stone over and over again, I might have been much larger."

His method now draws from an unusual source of inspiration. "It's more of a hip-hop approach," Rossdale said of his process. "I start with the drums. I set a vibe and I write off that mood. I used to write songs acoustically, like folk music, but I got much more into creating a mood."

Rossdale is no stranger to collaboration. His post-Bush band Institute featured co-production from Helmet's Page Hamilton, his solo album featured team-ups with Linda Perry, the Eurythmics' Dave Stewart and Garbage's Shirley Manson, and he has recently appeared on tracks with Apocalyptica and Carlos Santana. But with his new love for starting with the drums, would he consider a true hip-hop collaboration?
Bush will get the chance to play its new music for the world when they play the Epicenter Music Festival in Fontana, California, on September 25

Tuesday, 20 July 2010

Gavin Rossdale Calls Bush Reunion 'Exciting,' Says Family Rumors Can 'Strike Home'

Gavin Rossdale feels like Bush has never ended, even though it's been nine years since the release of the group's last studio album, "Golden State."

"I felt the other stuff was cool, but it was more default than by design," Rossdale -- who released an album with the group Institute in 2005 and a solo album, "Wanderlust," in 2008 -- tells Billboard.com. After touring in support of "Wanderlust," Rossdale re-formed Bush for "Everything Always Now," which he says will most likely be out in October.

"That whole time I was thinking, 'Man, why is it not Bush? This is so crazy.' I'm so pleased because I've got my voice back. To be in Bush, the band you're basically born to be in, it's like a suit of armor. It's very exciting."

The current incarnation of Bush features original drummer Robin Goodridge, guitarist Chris Traynor (who replaced Nigel Pulsford in 2002), and bassist Corey Britz in place of Dave Parsons. Rossdale says he reached out to Pulsford to be part of the group again, but the guitarist "doesn't want to travel anymore. He's doing his own thing."

Bush recorded "Everything Always Now" with producer Bob Rock, who also worked with Rossdale on "Wanderlust." The group laid down 19 tracks, with 12 making the final cut. The first single, "Afterlife," is already out, while most of the other songs were written especially for the project. Only one -- "Lost in You," one of several Rossdale co-writes with Dave Stewart while making "Wanderlust" -- has been around for awhile, while another, "Heroes Never Die," was not originally intended for the set but was added at the insistence of mixing engineer Spike Stent.

Rossdale describes the new music as "heavy" in Bush tradition but says it's not a repeat of 1994's multi-platinum debut "Sixteen Stone" or any of the group's other albums. "It's tricky," Rossdale explains, "because you want the band to evolve and you want to make songs that people really care about, but you also don't want to repeat yourself. I was mindful of that. My musical vocabulary is better all the time -- I get better at playing guitar, I think this is the best I've ever sung, so I want the record to reflect that."

Apocalyptica Records Naked, Recruits Rossdale for '7th Symphony'

Rossdale -- who also sings on the new Apocalyptica single "End of Me" and covered T. Rex's "Bang a Gong (Get It On)" for the new Santana album, due out Sept. 21 -- says Bush may issue an EP prior to the new album's release, featuring "two tracks from the album and two or three other songs just to bridge the gap and...start to build it." But the group plans to take its time before hitting the road; it's currently booked to perform at the Epicenter Festival on Sept. 25 in Fontana, Calif., and Rossdale says there will be handful of other "special" shows, but no full tour until 2011.

"The idea is to do stuff in a way you're not super-exposed," he explains. "The idea is to let the album come out, let people reconnect, let's appear at big festivals, let's do some good press, let's get the word out there and let the momentum take it a little bit. And then I think a proper, substantial tour starts next year."

Rossdale adds that making "Everything Always Now" also provided a bit of an antidote for the latest rumors about he and his wife, No Doubt's Gwen Stefani -- primarily reports that she's pregnant with their third child. "There's rumors about anything and everyone the whole time," he says. "You just roll with the stuff. Some things are more daft than others, and some things can strike home. You've just got to go about your business, that's all."

Sunday, 18 July 2010

Gavin Rossdale takes his wife Gwen Stefani and their 2 sons Kingston and Zuma out to lunch with Gwens parents in Los Angeles

Gavin Rossdale on Twitter

@SoulDosage record is done-no outside cellos....I like that record though
5:34 AM Jul 18th via Twitter for BlackBerry® in reply to SoulDosage
.@Jameew82 thankyou-i appreciate that! X
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.@jasonmccall82 yes-and that's a great idea-tricky is excel
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Gavin Rossdale on Twitter

@SoulDosage record is done-no outside cellos....I like that record though
5:34 AM Jul 18th via Twitter for BlackBerry® in reply to SoulDosage
.@Jameew82 thankyou-i appreciate that! X
3:38 AM Jul 18th via Twitter for BlackBerry® in reply to Jameew82
.@jasonmccall82 yes-and that's a great idea-tricky is excel
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Saturday, 17 July 2010

Saturday, 17 July 2010 Gavin Rossdale on Twitter

Saturday, 17 July 2010
Gavin Rossdale on Twitter
.@rossdalerocker all bush for now
2:55 AM Jul 17th via Twitter for BlackBerry® in reply to rossdalerocker
.@bindichica brilliant record..
1:16 AM Jul 17th via Twitter for BlackBerry® in reply to bindichica
.@mandymac74 of course-it's in my blood
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Friday, 9 July 2010

Gavin Rossdale on Twitter

Friday, 9 July 2010
Gavin Rossdale on Twitter
How about a random act of kindness
9:11 PM Jul 9th via Twitter for BlackBerry®
Reply Retweet . Guacomole in the sunshine
9:11 PM Jul 9th via Twitter for BlackBerry®
Reply Retweet .TroyBeast @GavinRossdale let's all get dessert.
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Reply Retweet . @CT3GUITAR I'd love to but I really am going to the desert because we're insane.
8:51 PM Jul 9th via Twitter for BlackBerry® in reply to CT3GUITAR

Reply Retweet . Let's all go to the desert
8:27 PM Jul 9th via Twitter for BlackBerry®
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Thursday, 8 July 2010
Be good to your friends....like real good
about 12 hours ago via Twitter for BlackBerry®

.@thonentra the album is complete-mastering next week...love it all..
about 12 hours ago via Twitter for BlackBerry® in reply to thonentra

.@thonentra keep nailing them !ha !they'll love it once they know it
about 13 hours ago via Twitter for BlackBerry® in reply to thonentra

.Enough said http://twitpic.com/23b62x
about 17 hours ago via Twitpic

.Lucy in the sky with diamonds http://twitpic.com/23b5r7
about 17 hours ago via Twitpic

.Afterlife is on fire-thx for all your support,effort and fingers. G x
about 17 hours ago via Twitter for BlackBerry®

.@TroyBeast oh that's where she is....
about 18 hours ago via Twitter for BlackBerry® in reply to TroyBeast

.Keep your head up http://twitpic.com/23ansl
about 18 hours ago via Twitpic

.RT @harajukusophie: @lamb83 Ahh awesome!! Think I'm going to have to start requesting Afterlife on some British stations... :) @gavinros ...
about 18 hours ago via Twitter for BlackBerry®

.@harajukusophie do it-love you for that. G
about 18 hours ago via Twitter for BlackBerry® in reply to harajukusophie

.Has anyone seen this girl ? http://twitpic.com/23alaw

about 18 hours ago via Twitpic

.RT @Chrstine16stone: 61% so far say "ABSOLUTELY LIFE CHANGING"!! RATE AFTERLIFE HERE!! http://www.91x.com/pages/reallybigcountdown @Gavi ...
about 23 hours ago via Twitter for BlackBerry®
Wednesday, 7 July 2010

Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale seen holding hands and getting some coffee at Starbucks in Studio City before heading to Disneyland in Anaheim, CA.

Gwen Stefani, Gavin Rossdale And Family Visit Disneyland

In this handout photo provided by Disney, Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale, with their children, Kingston, 4, and Zuma, 1, visit the Mad Tea Party attraction at Disneyland on July 7, 2010 in Anaheim, California.

Gwen Stefani & Gavin Rossdale on Big Thunder Mountain RR #Disneyland #iPhone
Sunday, 4 July 2010

Kingston Rossdale: Bike Tike

Here he comes! Four-year-old Kingston was on the go yesterday during a family outing to celebrity hotspot Coldwater Park in Beverly Hills, California (July 3). Always the trendsetter, the preschooler was sporting a black leather jacket and blue nailpolish!

It was a jam-packed day for the Stefani-Rossdale crew: After the park Gwen and Gavin took King and his little brother Zuma, 1, to shop for toys and kids' clothing before stopping for a bite to eat at Crumb's Bakery.


Gwen Stefani, Gavin Rossdale and Family: Independence Day Shoppers

Sunday, 4 July 2010
Gavin Rossdale Twitter
Happy day everyone!!!! Xx
about 4 hours ago via Twitter for BlackBerry®
Saturday, 3 July 2010

Gavin Rossdale twitter

@danawhite ready for tonight. Scary vs scarier
2:26 PM Jul 3rd via Twitter for BlackBerry® in reply to danawhite

.Thx everyone for helping afterlife to #6 at k-roq-you guys are the best. X
2:25 PM Jul 3rd via Twitter for BlackBerry® .BUSH "Afterlife" currently #6 on @kroq most-played list

. thx everyone for the support. summertime- come on! G
1:24 PM Jul 3rd via web
Friday, 2 July 2010

Gavin Rossdale Twitter

@danawhite very exciting. G
10:04 PM Jul 2nd via Twitter for BlackBerry® in reply to danawhite

.RT @JanelleW4: @GavinRossdale I fucking love you, Gavin Rossdale!!
9:27 PM Jul 2nd via Twitter for BlackBerry®

.Loyalty is a beautiful thing.8:43 PM Jul 2nd via Twitter for BlackBerry®
At a steakhouse on sunset--drinking good red wine-happy birthday everyone.
8:28 PM Jul 2nd via Twitter for BlackBerry®

.@juliedemdam thx julie x
7:33 PM Jul 2nd via Twitter for BlackBerry® in reply to juliedemdam

.RT @SideBRadio: #nowplaying AFTERLIFE by BUSH @GavinRossdale @CT3Guitar u know we gotta keep spreading the love!!! www.sidebradio.com
6:48 PM Jul 2nd via Twitter for BlackBerry®

.RT @HilndDiva: @GavinRossdale Heard Afterlife on #WDHA today! Yeah! Here's a link to request it NJ people... http://www.wdhafm.com/Reque ...
4:19 PM Jul 2nd via Twitter for BlackBerry®

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