BUSH’s GAVIN ROSSDALE: ‘I Think That It’s Crazy That People Don’t Wear Masks’

BUSH frontman Gavin Rossdale has blasted people who
refuse to wear a mask in public spaces to protect others from
possible infection. Rossdale addressed the hot-button issue
as lawmakers push harder for their constituents to wear face masks
to limit the spread of coronavirus. President Donald Trump
has been loath to wear a mask, despite the advice of public health
experts. Asked in an interview with Shroom of the 102.7
WEBN
radio station how he feels about wearing masks,
Gavin said (see video below): “I think that it’s crazy that
people don’t wear masks. When you’re in your house or you’re
around people that you’ve been with… There’s a few people that I
know who’ve been quarantined who come and spend time with me —
very small [group] of people. And they are fine with it. But if I
go anywhere publicly, I always wear a mask. I see people all the
time not wearing masks. It’s amazing. “Yeah, if you’re outside in
the park or running around, they probably can’t give you [COVID-19] unless they sneeze in your mouth and hold you there, but at the
same time, it just doesn’t show the right energy — it’s not the
right attitude, because you’re saying, ‘I actually don’t care about
you,'” Gavin continued. “‘Cause even if you’ve had it,
people get the wrong impression. When you wear a mask, you’re
saying, ‘I care that you don’t get it as well and you don’t bring
it to your family. And I hope you don’t give it to me. And we’re
all on the same page.’ “I saw a guy yesterday in Beverly Hills a
sort of buff dude with a tight t-shirt with a gorgeous younger wife
and a young son, and [the wife and son] were both wearing masks,
and wearing rich people’s Beverly Hills outfits. And he’s got the
expensive jeans and the tight shirt, and he’s not wearing a mask.
And I was thinking, ‘I can tell he’s an arrogant guy in life.’ He’s
got this very beautiful girl, he’s having a baby. And I just
thought, ‘Why aren’t you wearing a mask?’ Now, I could be getting
it wrong and judging, so I apologize if I was, but it did strike me
as a bit unnecessary. It’s so easy to put a mask on.” During the
same chat, Rossdale confirmed that BUSH is one of the
bands who have taken federal funds to support their crew for any
current and future postponed tours. According to documents from the
Small Business Administration And Treasury Department, GUNS N’
ROSES
, PEARL JAM, GREEN DAY, DISTURBED and
many other touring musicians also took out loans. The financial
support is part of the federal government’s $2 trillion CARES Act
to assist small businesses impacted by the coronavirus. “It was
very, very quick,” Gavin said. “We were lucky. We had a very
generous help, because we employ a lot of people, and so it’s a
quite difficult situation where a lot of people depend on us. I was
happy. We have great people around us, and the business manager
was, like, ‘This is what we do. It’s the right thing.’ I was
worried about people. I said, ‘What do we do about it?’ Well, this
is what we do. It’s something to help towards a really bad time for
people. “GUNS N’ ROSES, you’re talking about stadium bands,
who make a lot of money [who have also taken out loans],” he
explained. “Everyone who runs a small business is in the same
position of having a staff that you’ve gotta take care of and
people that give their lives to you. We have grownups who have jobs
and mortgages and families; it’s like a real thing. It’s not like
we do it so we never have to work again, and they now all have
homes in Hawaii. It’s a generous help that only lasted, like, two
months. After that, we still have to take care of business
ourselves.” According to Rolling Stone, more than 50
musicians and groups across all genres were among the 660,000
recipients who were granted a loan for more than $150,000. THE
EAGLES
, PEARL JAM and DISTURBED were granted
somewhere between $350,000 and $1 million, while many of the other
artists received between $150,000 and $350,000. BUSH‘s new
studio album, “The Kingdom”, will be released on July 17 via
Zuma Rock Records under exclusive license to BMG Rights
Management
. The first single from “The Kingdom”,
“Flowers On A Grave”, was unveiled in March. The track,
co-produced by Erik Ron and Rossdale, is the
follow-up to “Bullet Holes”, heard atop the end credits to
“John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum”. Produced by Tyler
Bates
, “Bullet Holes” will also be featured on “The
Kingdom”
.

Bush
Frontman Gavin Rossdale Chats With Shroom
Bush frontman Gavin
Rossdale talked to me today about their upcoming new album! Plus,
does he believe in wearing masks to fight the spread of Covid-19?
Did Bush receive a PPP loan? Find out in my video interiew! -Shroom
Posted by 102.7
WEBN
on Friday, July 10, 2020

BUSH frontman Gavin Rossdale has blasted people who
refuse to wear a mask in public spaces to protect others from
possible infection. Rossdale addressed the hot-button issue
as lawmakers push harder for their constituents to wear face masks
to limit the spread of coronavirus. President Donald Trump
has been loath to wear a mask, despite the advice of public health
experts. Asked in an interview with Shroom of the 102.7
WEBN radio station how he feels about wearing masks,
Gavin said (see video below): “I think that it’s crazy that
people don’t wear masks. When you’re in your house or you’re
around people that you’ve been with… There’s a few people that I
know who’ve been quarantined who come and spend time with me —
very small [group] of people. And they are fine with it. But if I
go anywhere publicly, I always wear a mask. I see people all the
time not wearing masks. It’s amazing. “Yeah, if you’re outside in
the park or running around, they probably can’t give you [COVID-19] unless they sneeze in your mouth and hold you there, but at the
same time, it just doesn’t show the right energy — it’s not the
right attitude, because you’re saying, ‘I actually don’t care about
you,'” Gavin continued. “‘Cause even if you’ve had it,
people get the wrong impression. When you wear a mask, you’re
saying, ‘I care that you don’t get it as well and you don’t bring
it to your family. And I hope you don’t give it to me. And we’re
all on the same page.’ “I saw a guy yesterday in Beverly Hills a
sort of buff dude with a tight t-shirt with a gorgeous younger wife
and a young son, and [the wife and son] were both wearing masks,
and wearing rich people’s Beverly Hills outfits. And he’s got the
expensive jeans and the tight shirt, and he’s not wearing a mask.
And I was thinking, ‘I can tell he’s an arrogant guy in life.’ He’s
got this very beautiful girl, he’s having a baby. And I just
thought, ‘Why aren’t you wearing a mask?’ Now, I could be getting
it wrong and judging, so I apologize if I was, but it did strike me
as a bit unnecessary. It’s so easy to put a mask on.” During the
same chat, Rossdale confirmed that BUSH is one of the
bands who have taken federal funds to support their crew for any
current and future postponed tours. According to documents from the
Small Business Administration And Treasury Department, GUNS N’
ROSES, PEARL JAM, GREEN DAY, DISTURBED and
many other touring musicians also took out loans. The financial
support is part of the federal government’s $2 trillion CARES Act
to assist small businesses impacted by the coronavirus. “It was
very, very quick,” Gavin said. “We were lucky. We had a very
generous help, because we employ a lot of people, and so it’s a
quite difficult situation where a lot of people depend on us. I was
happy. We have great people around us, and the business manager
was, like, ‘This is what we do. It’s the right thing.’ I was
worried about people. I said, ‘What do we do about it?’ Well, this
is what we do. It’s something to help towards a really bad time for
people. “GUNS N’ ROSES, you’re talking about stadium bands,
who make a lot of money [who have also taken out loans],” he
explained. “Everyone who runs a small business is in the same
position of having a staff that you’ve gotta take care of and
people that give their lives to you. We have grownups who have jobs
and mortgages and families; it’s like a real thing. It’s not like
we do it so we never have to work again, and they now all have
homes in Hawaii. It’s a generous help that only lasted, like, two
months. After that, we still have to take care of business
ourselves.” According to Rolling Stone, more than 50
musicians and groups across all genres were among the 660,000
recipients who were granted a loan for more than $150,000. THE
EAGLES, PEARL JAM and DISTURBED were granted
somewhere between $350,000 and $1 million, while many of the other
artists received between $150,000 and $350,000. BUSH’s new
studio album, “The Kingdom”, will be released on July 17 via
Zuma Rock Records under exclusive license to BMG Rights
Management. The first single from “The Kingdom”,
“Flowers On A Grave”, was unveiled in March. The track,
co-produced by Erik Ron and Rossdale, is the
follow-up to “Bullet Holes”, heard atop the end credits to
“John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum”. Produced by Tyler
Bates, “Bullet Holes” will also be featured on “The
Kingdom”.

Bush
Frontman Gavin Rossdale Chats With Shroom Bush frontman Gavin
Rossdale talked to me today about their upcoming new album! Plus,
does he believe in wearing masks to fight the spread of Covid-19?
Did Bush receive a PPP loan? Find out in my video interiew! -Shroom
Posted by 102.7
WEBN on Friday, July 10, 2020

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