Kingston Rossdale is a guitarist and singer for the emerging band Wild Cards, but he is best known for being the eldest son of musicians and . Although his musical career is still in its beginning stage, Kingston and his band have already performed at several venues, including at one of the choicest and most prestigious clubs in Los Angeles – Whisky a Go-Go. The famed club has helped launch the careers of many bands and place them firmly in the spotlight, including legendary bands like Van Halen, Linkin Park, The Doors, Guns N’ Roses, and his mother’s own band, No Doubt. From all indications, Kingston and his band are on the right path, heading straight for success.
His parents, being both singers and songwriters, have supported him through his musical journey so far. They attend his performances and do their best to help pave the way for his career so he doesn’t have to struggle as they did. However, being a celebrity child and having connections is not the only thing propelling Kingston’s career forward, the young man has genuine talent, which no doubt comes from the double serving of musical genes that have been given to him by his parents.
Kingston Rossdale – Bio
Kingston James McGregor Ross was born on May 26, 2006, at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. His father is a singer and songwriter who is best known for being the front man for the rock band, Bush. His mother is the gorgeous Gwen Stefani who has been writing and performing music since 1986 and founded the musical group No Doubt. He has two brothers named Zuma Nesta Rock Rossdale and Apollo Bowie Flynn Rossdale, respectively born on August 21, 2008, and February 28, 2014.
Looking at the family he was born into, it’s not surprising that Blake gravitated towards music as he grew older. He grew to love the whole process of music making from songwriting to recording by watching his parents do it; this inspired him to follow in their footsteps. The young boy already knows how to play the guitar very well and he is a pretty good singer with a voice that can sell records. He founded the band Wild Cards with a bunch of his friends so as to pursue his dreams of becoming a professional singer. So far, the group had done a number of shows in their local area and have had the honor of performing at a few prominent venues.
Aside from his musical career, Kingston Rossdale also has a YouTube channel that he runs with his friend. They have managed to cultivate an impressive amount of subscribers and their popularity is growing with every passing day. He has also gained a lot of attention and coverage in the media for his unique and alluring sense of style. Kingston seems to have inherited his mother, Gwen Stefani’s love for quirky outfits and eccentric hairstyles. He was voted 22nd on GQ Magazine’s list of Most Stylish Young Men Under 30.
Like many kids his age, Kingston is still trying to navigate his identity and find himself so there’s plenty of room in the future for him to make startling career changes or become the rock star that he seems destined to be. Whichever way the youngster chooses to go, he can count on the backing of his superstar parents to carry him through.
Facts About Gwen Stefani’s Son, Kingston Rossdale
1. His Parents Got Divorced When He Was Eight Years Old
Kingston had to deal with the unfortunate event that was his parent’s separation and eventual divorce in April 2016. Gwen Stefani, his mother, filed for divorce citing irreconcilable differences after his father, Gavin Rossdale cheated on her with a nanny. Although it was a difficult time, the family came out on the other side just fine and his parents are both involved in parenting him.
2. He Already Has a Girlfriend
Although Kingston is still in his early teens, the upcoming musician has already begun trying his hands at the dating scene. He has been photographed a couple of times hanging out with a girl that has been identified as his girlfriend.
3. He Loves Playing Soccer
Kingston Rossdale is a member of his school’s football team and he regularly features in their games. Soccer is one of the things he enjoys doing when he is not writing or playing music, or hanging out with his friends.