VH1 'Save The Music' foundation partners with Esquire magazine's 'Hollywood Hills' House and Gavin Rossdale to celebrate music education in Los Angeles public schools - Arrivals


Natasha Henstridge and Gavin Rossdale Saturday 25th October 2008 VH1 'Save The Music' foundation partners with Esquire magazine's 'Hollywood Hills' House and Gavin Rossdale to celebrate music education in Los Angeles public schools - Arrivals West Hollywood, California (4 Pictures)




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