The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel spoke with Bush frontman Gaviin Rossdale about the idea that Bush is bigger in America than in England “because of the loud guitars.” Gavin explained, “It’s a perception thing that we’re bigger here than in England. We have a beautiful following in England, and in Europe. But I think the issue is that rock music doesn’t have a platform in England. There’s no KROQ, no Lazer, no big radio station. It’s much more underground. People don’t realize that when we do two nights with 8,000 or 10,000 people (in England), that’s just as much as Nirvana ever did there, or the Pixies, or the (Smashing) Pumpkins.” Read more.