August 09, 2020

Gwen Stefani Thanks Fans Who Supported Her and Blake Shelton's First Drive-In Concert

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Iconic singer Gwen Stefani reached out to fans in an attempt to show her gratitude. She shared a post thanking fans who supported her and Blake Shelton, during their first drive-in concert.

With the ongoing global health crisis, entertainers have taken to different forms to deliver heartwarming performances to their audience. From Instagram videos to live chats, and now, some have taken it a step further by organizing drive-in concerts.

Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani during their 2016 performance in Burbank. | Photo: Getty Images


These drive-in concerts allow them to sing on a stage while lovers of their music observe a reasonable distance.

Stefani and her singer boyfriend, Shelton, rendered a flawless performance during their first drive-in concert. Under the shared clip, the legendary singer  wrote:

"thank you to everyone that cam [sic] out to our first ever drive-in show last night - @blakeshelton and I had so much fun seeing all your posts!"


Lovers of the singers shared their admiration via the comment section. Some who attended the show could not curtail their joy as they used several adjectives in describing the experience. Some focused on the connection between the singers who have been dating for about five years.

Shelton also posted a short clip of himself and his beau as they sang their most recent duet titled "Happy Anywhere," a song that was reported to be #1 on iTunes a few days ago.

Before Gwen Stefani joined him in front of the crowd, Trace Adkins, another talented singer teamed up with Shelton.


The country music crooner explained that performing was a thrilling experience for them. While talking about the drive-in concert, he equally urged his fans to stay safe during these times.

Fans were happy to see their favorite country star on stage, and Shelton was overwhelmed to be singing with his band to an audience. 


He then proceeded to introduce some of the bandmates. The lead guitarist was Beau Tackett, Jenee Fleenor was on the fiddle, Kevin Post handled the steel guitar, Kara Britz, the background vocals, Rob Byus was on bass, and finally Philip Desteiger on keys.

Before Gwen Stefani joined him in front of the crowd, Trace Adkins, another talented singer teamed up with Shelton for a mind-blowing performance. 

While the singers did their thing onstage, fans observed the necessary precautions like social distancing and wearing of face masks, to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus.


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