has fuelled speculation he's reforming rock band Bush for the
Live Earth concerts by admitting he misses the group.
The rocker is currently recording a new solo album in Hawaii but took time
out to discuss reunion reports on a Los Angeles radio station on Monday
(25Jun07).He told DJ Ryan Seacrest, "I kinda miss the band thing. I loved being in the
band. It's kind of like a team."And as for the rumours Bush are among the surprise acts at Live Earth on 7
July (07), Rossdale said, "I'm in... There could be some truth in it, I'm up
for it." Bush were a post grunge band who formed in 1992 their debut album Sixteen Stones
reached number 4 in the US Billboard charts selling 6 million copies. Their second
album claimed the number one spot in America selling 3 million copies.The band split in 2001 after disappointing sles of their fifth album Golden State
and lack of support they were recieving from their record label.