On October 3, 1969, Gwen Stefani was born in Fullerton, California. She was raised in the adjacent Californian city of Anaheim. Her mother, Patti (née Flynn), was an accountant before becoming a housewife, while her father, Dennis Stefani, worked as a marketing executive for Yamaha.
Todd and Eric are Stefani's brothers, and Jill is her sister.
Stefani's parents loved folk music and introduced her to songs by Emmylou Harris and Bob Dylan.
Before leaving No Doubt to work as an animator on The Simpsons, Eric was the band's keyboardist.
She attended Loara High School, where she received her diploma in 1987. She attended Fullerton College after high school before moving to California State University, Fullerton
Gwen was introduced to 2 Tone music by Madness and the Selecter by her brother Eric, who then asked her to sing for the ska band he was starting, No Doubt, in 1986. The band joined Interscope Records in 1991.
The group's self-titled debut album was released in 1992, but grunge's popularity made its ska-pop sound unpopular.
Stefani provided guest vocals for "Saw Red" on Sublime's 1994 album Robbin' the Hood, which was released before No Doubt and Sublime achieved mainstream popularity.
Debbie Harry, the lead singer for the band Blondie, was a major influence on Stefani. Debbie Harry rejected the aggression of female grunge artists and was cited as a major inspiration.
It took No Doubt more than three years to complete their third album, Tragic Kingdom (1995), which came after their independently released The Beacon Street Collection (1995).
Tragic Kingdom produced five singles, including "Don't Speak," the number-one song on the Hot 100 Airplay year-end list for 1997.
Stefani took a semester out from school to tour with Tragic Kingdom, but she did not come back after the tour lasted 2.5 years.
By 2004, more than 16 million copies of the album had been sold globally and it had received a Grammy nomination. She was dubbed "the Queen of Confessional Pop" in the late 2000s issue of Rolling Stone magazine.
Blake Tollison Shelton, an American singer and television personality, was born on June 18, 1976.
Shelton started singing at a young age, and by the time he was 12 years old, his uncle had started teaching him how to play the guitar.
He wrote his first song when he was 15 years old. He was given a Denbo Diamond Award in his home state at the age of 16.
His older brother Richie Shelton was murdered in a car accident on November 13, 1990, at the age of 24.
At the age of 17, he received his high school diploma and relocated to Nashville, Tennessee, to start a singing career. There he found work at a song publishing company, and Bobby Braddock helped him in 1997 land a production deal with Sony Music.
He made his breakthrough in 2001 with the song "Austin."
His self-titled debut album's lead track, "Austin," spent five weeks at the top of the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.
Two more top 20 singles, "All Over Me" and "Ol' Red," were also included on the first album, which has since been certified Platinum.
Both of his second and third albums—The Dreamer from 2003 and Blake Shelton's Barn & Grill from 2004—are certified gold or platinum.
Pure BS, his fourth album from 2007, was re-released in 2008 with an additional track that was a rendition of Michael Bublé's hit single "Home."
Startin' Fires, his fifth album, was released in November 2008. In 2010, the extended plays Hillbilly Bone and All About Tonight were released.
Then, in 2011, Based on a True Story…, Bringing Back the Sunshine, If I'm Honest, Texoma Shore, and Fully Loaded: God's Country albums were released.
Shelton had 40 singles on the charts as of December 2020, including 28 number ones, including 17 back-to-back number ones. Doin' What She Likes, which became the 11th No. 1, broke the Country Airplay chart's 24-year record for the most consecutive No. 1 singles.
He has been nominated for nine Grammy Awards over his career, including two for Best Country Album.
Shelton serves as a coach on NBC's The Voice as a judge on the singing contests Nashville Star and Clash of the Choirs.
Since The Voice's start, a member of his team has won in eight out of the twenty-two seasons (2-4, 7, 11, 13, 18, 20).
According to an online sources, Gwen Stefani is an American singer, fashion designer, and TV personality with an estimated net worth of $160 million.
Since 2011, Blake has served as a coach on The Voice. He received a salary of $4 million every cycle in the early seasons. He currently makes $13 million every season.
His total net worth over the course of his career, including his winnings from The Voice, is $120 million.
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