Musician Gavin Rossdale was born October 30, 1967, in London.
Best known as the lead singer and guitarist of the rock band Bush, Rossdale has achieved platinum-selling status multiple times over. The band recorded popular albums including 1997’s Deconstructed, 1999’s The Science of Things, 1994’s Sixteen Stone and 2001’s Golden State.
In 2004, after Bush disbanded temporarily, Rossdale formed Institute, and the group recorded one album before going their separate ways in 2006. Bush later reunited in 2010, and has since recorded two more albums, 2011’s The Sea of Memories and 2014’s Man on the Run.
Rossdale has also seen success on the small screen, appearing in films such as Little Black Book and Zoolander.
Rossdale married pop-rock singer and No Doubt frontwoman Gwen Stefani in 2002. Together, they have three sons: Kingston, Zuma and Apollo. The couple finalized their divorce in April 2016.