Music runs deep in Gwen Stefani’s family. The pop star’s oldest son, Kingston, just debuted his rock band, Wild Card, in West Hollywood this week, and Stefani was on hand to witness her 12-year-old rock it out with friends. But did Blake Shelton join Stefani at the concert?
Photos of Stefani watching her son in action surfaced on social media shortly after the event. The No Doubt singer rocked a Wild Card shirt for the concert and brought Kingston’s other two brothers, Zuma and Apollo, with her.
The concert was part of the Whisky A Go-Go event, which has featured notable bands in the past, including Van Halen, The Doors, Linkin Park, Guns N’ Roses and No Doubt.
Gwen Stefani's kid, Kingston Rossdale 2nd from the right…..*the future https://t.co/ATfhPoazXF
— lesley (@arcangelcricket) October 29, 2018
According to Life & Style, Kingston plays the electric guitar for the band and occasionally sings. Given Stefani’s musical talents, it is not surprising that one of her sons is rocking it on the stage.
Not to mention that Kingston’s father, Gavin Rossdale, is the lead singer of the British rock band, Bush. Kingston’s potential step-father, Blake Shelton, is also a country legend, so he’s got plenty of support when it comes to entering the music industry.
Sadly, Shelton was not included in the photos from the concert, so it is unclear if he made it to the event.
Blake Shelton, of course, is in the middle of the new season of The Voice, so it is possible that his busy schedule prevented him from attending.
Apart from his band’s debut, Kingston has also started to date. He was caught buying flowers for a mystery girl and even put his arm around her at one point. He might be young, but he clearly knows how to be romantic.
While Kingston and his date had a good time together, Gwen Stefani was on hand to keep tabs on them.