“Nothing is better than doing what you love,” says Gavin Rossdale, and the Bush frontman knows from experience. For near three decades, the musician has been a perennial presence in the annals of rock music — an intellectual and emotional, albeit occasionally misunderstood creative, forever with a hard-charging rock n’roll heart.
Bush — named after the London neighborhood Shepherd's Bush — was one of the biggest alternative rock bands of the 1990s. That's in large part due to the group's frontman, Gavin Rossdale, a charismatic vocalist whose good looks and mellifluous voice — he veered easily from angsty crooning to tenacious rock growls — gave the band welcome depth.
Live, Rossdale is still dynamic, and the rest of the band bolsters his singing by tossing off heavy riffs or exhibiting restraint on hits like "Glycerine." On the heels of 2017's Black and White Rainbows album, Bush hit the road. In 2018, the group headlined the Revolution 3 Tour alongside fellow heavyweights Stone Temple Pilots and The Cult, while 2019 saw the group touring as part of The ALT-imate Tour with LIVE and Our Lady Peace.