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Gavin Rossdale

Gavin Rossdale is the lead singer and guitarist of the British rock group Bush. Other members of Bush include Dave Parsons (bass), Robin Goodridge (drums), Sacha Putnam (keyboards), and Chris Traynor (lead guitarist). Nigel Pulsford was the original lead guitarist for the band, but he left in early 2002 to enjoy life with his wife and two children; Traynor was his replacement.

The band's first album, "Sixteen Stone," had such hits as "Everything Zen," "Little Things," and "Glycerine." Since its formation in 1992, Bush has released four mour albums: "Razorblade Suitcase," "Deconstructed," "The Science of Things," and "Golden State." Rossdale recently married lead singer of the pop band No Doubt, Gwen Stefani.

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