Who is Kingston Rossdale?
Kingston Rossdale was born on May 26, 2006 in California, USA, and while still a student, he is also a musician, but probably best known as the son of singer Gwen Stefani from her marriage to Gavin Rossdale. His mother rose to fame as the lead singer of No Doubt while his father rose to fame as the lead singer of Bush.
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The Riches of Kingston Rossdale
As of early 2020, Kingston has an estimated net worth of over $1 million, mainly benefiting from his parents’ success in the music industry. Gwen Stefani has an estimated net worth of over $100 million earned through success with her band No Doubt and later as a solo artist.
His father, on the other hand, has an estimated net worth of over $35 million.
Relationship of parents
After Gwen’s failed relationship with bandmate Tony Kanal, she created some of No Doubt’s biggest hits, including “Don’t Speak”, “Hey You!” and “Sunday Morning”. She met Kingston’s father in 1995 when both Bush and No Doubt were headlining a holiday concert for radio station KROQ. The two began a relationship and stayed together for the next seven years as their respective careers progressed.
In 2002, the couple held their London wedding at St. Paul’s in Covent Garden, and two weeks later the couple held another ceremony in Los Angeles.
Their marriage was blissful for the most part and they kept things quiet as the years progressed. In 2006, Stefani announced she was pregnant at a concert, and Kingston was born later in the year, the first of the couple’s three children. Growing up was mostly uneventful for Kingston, although he shared the same passion for music as his parents.
Divorce of parents
Although Kingston sought privacy for most of his life, he appeared at major events with his parents. He was known for being fashionable despite his young age, and was right featured by “GQ” magazine as one of the most stylish young men under 30.
The men’s magazine is known for its focus on fashion and style, but later expanded to culture, sex, fitness, travel, sports and more. Kingston also began to develop his skills as a musician by learning to play various instruments, while also learning how to sing from his parents. In 2015, just a year after the birth of her third child, Kingston’s mother applied for a parting citing irreconcilable differences, and their divorce was finalized a year later, when an unequal distribution of their wealth was decided. She had already started dating “The Voice” co-star Blake Shelton during their time together on the show.
Shelton was also going through a divorce at the time and the two bonded over the same experience. This new couple also later alluded to the same experience of being cheated on, suggesting that Kingston’s father was not faithful during the marriage and that Shelton and his ex-wife had also engaged in infidelity.
Father – Gavin Rossdale
Gavin is of Jewish, Russian and Scottish descent. Wanting to make it big as part of a band, he started Bush in the early 1990s. The grunge band is known for their debut album “Sixteen Stone”, which brought them mainstream success.
They released five albums during their decade-long run, and by the 2000s were one of the best-selling rock groups of the decade, becoming stars in the US.
When Bush took a break, Gavin formed a new band called Institute, in which he was the lead singer and guitarist – the band achieved moderate success, but did not have the same impact as Bush. He then embarked on a solo career, which included working on soundtracks for television shows and movies. He released his first solo single called “Love Remains the Same” which was his first Billboard hit single since his time in Bush and collaborated with Apolyptica for the single “End of Me”.
He was awarded the International Achievement in Songwriting Ivor Novello Award. Bush then went on to become active again, releasing three albums since announcing their yield in 2010.
Mother – Gwen Stefani
Gwen Stefani was invited by her brother, keyboardist Eric Stefani, to join No Doubt. The band was formed in the early 1990s, but received little attention at the time due to the popularity of grunge music. The band broke through with the album “Tragic Kingdom”, and later released hits such as “Hey Baby”. In the 2000s, the band went on hiatus, so Gwen started a solo careerreleasing the album “Love. Angel. Music. Baby”, an ode to the music of the 80s.
The solo effort proved successful, spawning numerous hits such as “Hollaback Girl”, “Rich Girl”, and “Cool”. In 2006, she released her second album “The Sweet Escape” which featured the title track of the same name. Her latest solo project is “This Is What the Truth Feels Like”, which is her first album to reach the top of the Billboard 200. During her career, she won three Grammy Awards and several others, including Billboard Music Awards, an American music award. Award and a Brit Award.
She also ventured into business and created the clothing line LAMB, inspired by fashion styles in other countries such as Japan. She is listed as one of the 100 Greatest Women in Music by VH1.
Kingston is still young and so single, busy with his education. Despite all the drama surrounding his parents, he has remained quiet and out of the media spotlight. Time will tell if he will embark on a public career like his parents – early signs point in that direction as he is already becoming an accomplished musician.