Gwen Stefani’s son makes his musical debut at Blake Shelton’s bar

The 17-year-old son of Gavin Rossdale and Gwen Stefani seems ready to step out of the shadow of his famous parents and launch his own music career.

Kingston Rossdale took the stage at Ole Red Bar and Restaurant in Tishomingo, Oklahoma on August 11 for what is believed to be his first live performance before a public audience.

Footage from the set shows Kingston be introduced to the crowd from his stepfather, country musician Blake Shelton.

“I’m very excited and actually honored to be the first to bring this act to the stage for the first time ever,” said Shelton, who founded Ole Red in 2017. “This guy’s an artist, he is, that’s real, and you can tell you were there for his first public appearance ever.”

Other popular videos feature Kingston – who bears a striking resemblance to his father – and demonstrate his musicianship on two rocking original tracks, accompanied by an acoustic guitar.

Watch a clip of Kingston Rossdale’s Ole Red performance below.

The Friday night show seemed like a family affair. Other clips show Stefani performing a rendition of “Don’t Speak” with Shelton – the 1996 hit single she first recorded with her band No Doubt she married in 2021.

Rossdale and Stefanie divorced in 2016 after about 14 years of marriage. In addition to Kingston, the former couple share sons Zuma, 14, and Apollo, 9.

Watch Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton perform “Don’t Speak” below.

appears on the Not So Hollywood podcast. Last month, Rossdale said he and Stefani had “some particularly opposing views,” giving them some unusual advantages in raising their sons.

“We’re really different people,” he said. “I don’t think there are huge similarities in the way we raise them, but I think it gives them an incredible perspective to then decide which parts of those two lives they want to inherit and move on with.” and what part of yourself.” come out of the whole process.”

He continued, “We definitely have some particularly opposing views, so I think it would be really helpful for them to form their own opinions as individuals.”

Interestingly, Kingston’s debut comes at a time when his parents are both preparing to return to the streets.

Later this month, Rossdale will embark on a US tour with his band Bush at the Benton Franklin Fair in Pasco, Washington. Stefani has two concerts planned in California in September and November this year.

From left: Zuma Rossdale, Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton, Apollo Rossdale and Kingston Rossdale in 2023.
From left: Zuma Rossdale, Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton, Apollo Rossdale and Kingston Rossdale in 2023.

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