Riding the wave of success generated by bands like Nirvana and Pearl Jam, Gavin Rossdale has made a name for himself as one hard rocker. In his teenage years, Gavin did some modeling and played semi-professional soccer. His first band, Midnight, released a few singles in England, but didn't last long. After a visit to the US, Gavin formed a new band, Future Primitive. The band changed its name to Bush in 1994 and released its first album Sixteen Stone in December of that year. The album, with five top 40 singles including 'Everything's Zen,' 'Glycerine' and 'Comedown' was a huge hit in the grunge-loving US. The band released three more albums, Razorblade Suitcase, The Science of Things and Golden State and the remix project Deconstructed and had a few more chart hits, such as 'The Chemicals Between Us,' 'Swallowed' and 'The People That We Love' before unofficially disbanding in 2001. On September 14, 2002, Gavin married No Doubt lead singer Gwen Stefani. One year later he discovered that he fathered a daughter, model Daisy Lowe with socialite Pearl Lowe back in 1989. Gavin is also the proud papa of son Kingston and Zuma Rossdale with Gwen. In 2004, Gavin formed a new band called Institute. Their first and only album, Distort Yourself, was released on September 13, 2005 and the single 'Bulletproof Skin' was used in the motion picture Stealth. Wanderlust, his first solo album, was released on June 3, 2008. In addition to his music, Gavin has also appeared in a few films, co-starring with Keanu Reeves in Constantine and playing small roles in Zoolander and Little Black Book.
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