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Gavin Rossdale Goes Solo for an Album

April 17, 2007 (9:09 am) GMT
Gavin Rossdale who is famous as Bush's former vocalist is now attempting to go solo.

Parting ways with former band and taking a break from current band Institute, prepares for his solo album. In his first solo effort, he trusted Bob Rock to helm the project.

Posted in his official website is "We'll do half the record in LA and the other half in Hawaii, where he (Rock) lives on the north shore. So has you can imagine I'm pretty excited about that."

Bush was unofficially abolished in 2002 and Rossdale formed Institute two years later. The new band so far has received a moderate success compared to Bush.

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