Gavin Rossdale hasn't missed Nigel
Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale insists he ''hasn't missed'' his former bandmate Nigel Pulsford since the group reunited.
Gavin Rossdale "hasn't missed" his former bandmate Nigel Pulsford in Bush.
The frontman - who is currently on a world tour with his group after they reunited following their split in 2002 - thinks the band "couldn't be more normal" despite founding members Nigel and Dave Parsons deciding to quit last year.
He exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "I haven't even missed Nigel not being in the band. It couldn't be more normal. Nigel just doesn't want to work anymore, he's never coming back."
The 46-year-old rocker admitted the 'Swallowed' band - who are also made up of Robin Goodridge, Chris Traynor and Corey Britz - haven't felt the effects of the pair's departure which was shown when their London gigs in November sold out in four minutes.
Gavin - who is married to No Doubt pop star Gwen Stefani - added: "Our shows in London sold out in four minutes. They're only small but for it to sell out in that time is pretty intense.
"In a small humble way what we're doing is interesting. We're just going one stage at a time and trying to get it right, that's what I do. I'm so used to playing with Chris."