BRITISH ROCK GROUP BUSH PERFORMS AT WOODSTOCK FESTIVAL.
FILE PHOTO 24JUL99 - FOR USE WITH FEATURE STORY LEISURE-BUSH - Gavin Rossdale, lead singer of the British rock band "Bush", plays into the early morning hours at the Woodstock music and arts festival in Rome, New York, July 24. With a new album that feeds on paranoia, pollution and personal struggles, Bush is proving that grunge rock is not quite dead yet. Teen pop and rap-flavored rock may be the favorites of young record fans these days, but Bush hopes its third album, "The Science of Things," shows there is still a market for brooding lyrics and noisy guitars. To be sure, Bush seems to have that market virtually to itself.