Sunday, 29 June 2008

Gavin Rossdale and family spend time in a London Park

Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale enjoy an English afternoon with their adorable 2 year-old son Kingston. The happy family strolled through the park together, and Gavin and Gwen stole some kisses in the gorgeous sunshine. Rumor has it that the couple might be there to give birth to their second child.
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Saturday, 28 June 2008

Gavin Rossdale and his son Kingston go for a walk in Primrose Hill London.

Thursday, 26 June 2008


Heavily pregnant Gwen Stefani was spotted out in north London today getting in a little quality family time.

During the course of the outing, the expectant Hollaback Girl and her hubby Gavin Rossdale picked up a few sweets at Primrose Patisserie before taking their 2-year-old son Kingston for a go at the playground equipment at a near by park.

After a long and tiring day, the happy trio ended their day with a family dinner at an upscale restaurant. Gwen and loving husband Gavin are back in the British capital following a lengthy stay in Los Angeles, perhaps to watch the tennis at Wimbledon.
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Wednesday, 25 June 2008

The Rossdale's go shopping at Hamleys Toy Shop, June 25th.

Kingston’s English Shopping Spree

Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale treated their adorable 2 year-old tot, Kingston, to a shopping spree at Hamleys toy store in London, England. The family of 3 was also shopping with a nanny.
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Gavin and Gwen Rossdale at Wimbledon:watching Federer v Soderling

Gwen and Gavin Bring the Love to Wimbledon
Gwen and Gavin took a day off from fun times with Kingston to nab some coveted courtside seats at Wimbledon yesterday. They were there to cheer on their buddy Roger Federer, with his fan Anna Wintour also right there beside them in the box. Federer won the match, which must have been fun for his all star cheering section. Looks like the celebrity good luck charms love the tennis tournament,
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Tuesday, 24 June 2008

Gavin Rossdale with his wife Gwen Stefani son Kingston friend Roger Federer, and others visit London Zoo- June 24th.

The Rossdales are still managing to get around, despite Gwen's ever expanding belly. The preggo mom along with hubby Gavin and baby Kingston met up with tennis pro Roger Federer and his fiancee Mirka Vavrinec at the London Zoo.

Monday, 23 June 2008

Kingston Rossdale Waves Hello… To Paparazzi!

Kingston Rossdale, the 2-year-old son of rockers Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale, waves hello to paparazzi as he and his yummy mommy leave their London home on Monday.

Gwen, 38, and Gavin, 42, expect their second child this summer.

Gavin has been busy in the UK promoting his new debut solo album, Wanderlust.

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Gavin Rossdale and family out and about in Primrose Hill,London,UK, June 23rd.

Friday, 20 June 2008

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    Saturday, 14 June 2008

    Gavin Rossdale live-Vienna, AUT Nova Rock Festival

    below are some of the great pictures taken by Brenda.
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    Gavin Rossdale video clip - Backstage am Ring 2008: Forever Young

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    Gavin Rossdale post on his official site-leaving europe-take 1

    leaving europe-take 1

    Posted by GMR on 6/14/2008

    we seem to have crammed so much into a short time.
    i'm in vienna after the nova rock show,and tomorrow to amsterdam for some
    but tonight was the last of the first bunch of shows.
    from new york to tonight in austria.

    i've spoken to so many people about this record,and i've seen so many people at the concerts.

    i'd like to thank all of you that came out-we had massive festival shows,a bunch of acoustic sessions and of course the
    shows in berlin and my blood town- london.
    the crowds were so up for it and i think it was intense.the fact is that we had magic people at all the shows who
    inspired us on to play out of our minds.
    and we wanted to play good for
    it felt very communicative-i got lost in everyone as i played.

    and as the light fell tonight and the stage lit up like everyone's birthday,it made me feel
    that this first outing of this line up was a good omen,
    and we were in the right place at the right time.
    Friday, 13 June 2008

    Gavin Rossdale says fatherhood is an unexpected joy

    Friday, 13 Jun 2008 00:36
    Gavin Rossdale says fatherhood is 'unexpected joy' Printer friendly version Gavin Rossdale has explained that the experience of becoming a father is even more enjoyable than he had expected.

    The former Bush frontman and wife Gwen Stefani are parents to two-year-old son Kingston and with a second baby on the way, Rossdale's singing career is now balanced with parental responsibilities.

    But speaking to after the release of his new solo album Wanderlust, he explained that while he isn't likely to be writing a song about Kingston in the near future, his son continues to surprise.

    "Artistically, I don't think fatherhood changes you that much," he admitted.

    "You hear about this 'great surge of creativity', but sometimes you feel creative, sometimes feel like a sloth!"

    He added: "What changes is that there's a really enjoyable, unexpected joy. It's really fun watching him grow stronger."

    The 40-year-old said that, as a two-year-old, Kingston can sometimes be a lot to cope with but added: "That's his gig!

    "What's weird is how fleeting it is, in terms of stages," he continued.

    "I haven't seen him for a couple of weeks and it's going to be exciting to see how he's changed. And he's really enjoying me at the moment so I felt bad leaving.

    "Before when I've left, it's been like 'Oh, the cook's left!' Now he cares more, so it's a bit of a crusher."

    Rossdale, who performed a mixture of solo, Bush and Institute material at his show at the Underworld in Camden, north London this week, said that he and Stefani have "no idea" of the sex of their next child.

    "[We're] living the dream of surprises," he added.

    Wanderlust is out now.

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    Thursday, 12 June 2008

    Gavin Rossdale plays Bush hits at London gig

    Singer performs in UK for first time in years

    Jun 12, 2008

    Gavin Rossdale played his debut UK solo show last night at Camden's Underworld.

    London-born Rossdale, who now lives in Los Angeles with wife Gwen Stefani, played a set packed full of hits by his former band Bush, including 'Swallowed' and Glycerine'.

    Taking to the stage with his band just after 9.20pm (BST) Rossdale, wearing a black shirt and silver chains and basked in a red light, launched straight into Bush song 'Machine Head'.

    Before the second track Gavin nodded and smiled to the gathered crowd asking: "Hello, you alright?"

    After playing a few more tracks, which saw the already clearly excited crowd chanting back word-for-word, a now sweat-drenched Rossdale told the crowd: "It's been too long, it's real good to see you."

    Then Gavin took off his guitar and pulled the mike off the stand to perform new solo song 'This Is Happiness'.

    Then after another two solo album tracks Rossdale said: "Thank you, I just want to say a special hello to all my friends who came down - all the locals."

    Then the band launched into Bush's biggest UK hit, 'Swallowed', that saw Rossdale show off his guitar skills with the solo near the end.

    Before the encore Rossdale said: "I played here with Bush when we were coming up and I love this place." He then launched into a spine-tingling rendition of his old band's hit 'Glycerine', which received an abundance of cheers.

    The band joined him again and after another two songs an obviously touched Rossdale, now drenched head to toe in sweat but still smiling, said: "Thank you so much. We look forward to coming back to play to you in London real soon, if I had my way. But thanks for coming out we appreciate that."

    Gavin Rossdale played:

    'Can't Stop The World'
    'Everything Zen'
    'The Trouble I'm In'
    'This Is Happiness'
    'If Youre Not With Us You're Against Us'
    'Love Remains The Same'
    'The Chemicals Between Us'
    'When Animals Attack'

    Rossdale gets back to his roots

    Amira Hashish, Evening Standard 12.06.08

    Thrusting himself into the front row, gold guitar in hand and drenched in sweat, Gavin Rossdale was every inch the rock star. And the mixed crowd at Camden Underworld adored him for it; even, in fact especially, the grungy fans that preferred a good old head-banging track to the calmer type.

    It was a little unusual to see said fans proclaim their love for Gavin before resuming the more subdued image but in the heat of the moment they got away with it. The musician's enthusiasm was infectious.

    The more intense the song, the heavier he would play. His band followed with the frontman bashing drum cymbals in between vocals. To say his performance was energetic would be putting it mildly. If the day job ever wears thin, there is
    definitely scope for a Gavin's Onstage Workout fitness video.

    The 40-year-old is best known as the former lead of Bush, who made it big in America and secured a dedicated British fanbase. Things have changed a lot since the early days. Gavin now has a wife (Gwen Stefani as it happens) and baby to think about and with the alterations come a new, less angry style.

    In most good gigs there is a stand out moment; the one that seals the deal. For this show, it was a toss up between the stunning Glycerine and Chemicals Between Us, both Bush numbers.

    But this isn't to say the new material was dismissed. Things look promising as far as the latest album, Wanderlust, is concerned. With time, these records will be better known and have the potential to make the same impact.

    This was a big show crammed into its intimate surroundings. 'This is a hometown gig,' the Londoner said. 'I could just walk back to my house.' He probably didn't but he did look excited to be getting back to his roots. 'Bush played at Camden underworld just as we were going up,' he added. Let's hope the same will soon be said for the singer's solo career. No doubt, he deserves it.

    *Wanderlust is in stores now

    Gavin Rossdale accoustic set live at Kerrang! in Birmingham 12/06/08

    Wednesday, 11 June 2008

    check out Gavin Rossdale,s amazing performance at the London Underworld,England, UK

    Gavin Rossdale/Bush - Glycerine live@ London 11/06/08

    Gavin Rossdale (Bush) Glycerine Camden 11/06/08

    Gavin Rossdale/Bush - Everything Zen live@ London 11/06/08

    Gavin Rossdale (Bush) Everything Zen Camden 11/06/08

    Gavin Rossdale/Bush - Comedown live@ London 11/06/08

    Gavin Rossdale/Bush - Chemicals live@ London 11/06/08

    Gavin Rossdale/Bush - Machinehead live@ London 11/06/08

    Gavin Rossdale Bush Machinehead - Underworld London 2008

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  • Gavin Rossdale in Concert June 11th at the London Underworld,England, UK

    Below you can see three great pics taken by Matt on the night

    thanks Matt:)x

    Posts from forum fans.


    Hey all,

    New user, but long time Bush fan.

    Just got back from the Camden gig and it was fantastic. Could go down for me as gig of the year. Gavin was on top form and was excellent to hear old Bush songs and new Gavin songs. Its pretty much the same set list as Berlin,---------

    Anyway, the Bush songs did get the most reaction (which is standard), but the crowd reacted well to Gavins new songs. I will be out buying Gavins new album tomorrow.
    Probably expect a full tour from Gavin at some point as he said he intends to.

    What a show!!! I only managed to listen to Gavins new album in the car on the way trying to take in all the lyrics on the way down.

    I was really nervous about the show and i was just hoping Gavin was as good as i remember when i went to see him in Brixton in 2001!!

    He did not let me down, opening with Machinehead really got the place rocking and it continued from there. I then rememeber why i loved bush when in my teens.

    I loved all his new stuff and i will play the new album to death like i did with sixteen stone etc Glycerine was my personal highlight and i wished he had played alien but he cant paly everything.

    Just wish i could go to vegas to see him but cant wait for him to tour the UK properly

    Love you Gavin thanks for an amazing night


    Awesome show
    I got back early this morning from the show, just uploading some vids now.

    It was amazing ... .I was so close to the front that Gavin was sweating on me when he leant forwards!

    My faves were Everything Zen, Frontline and Comedown. Met 2 other fans there too, had a great time. Th venue was awesome too!

    Last night was my first Bush/Gavin gig since Hammersmith palais back in 1999 and it was amazing. Like someone else has said already I was really nervous about what to expect and it blew me away. I took a friend with me who'd only really heard Swallowed and he came away converted. I think he's downloading the back catalogue now.

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