Cupid's Pulse Article: Gwen Stefani Suprises Fans with a Performance at Gavin Rossdale’s ConcertCupid's Pulse Article: Gwen Stefani Suprises Fans with a Performance at Gavin Rossdale’s Concert

By Nicole Weintraub

Audience members were given a treat when Gwen Stefani made a surprise appearance at husband Gavin Rossdale’s concert, according to People. The couple fell in love while touring with their respective bands back in the 90’s and have not performed together for the past ten years. Rossdale was performing with his band Bush when his wife joined him on stage during his solo opening of their song “Glycerine”. Audience members went nuts during the number and once the song ended, the pair shared a kiss before Stefani exited the stage. Bush stayed on the stage to finish their set while Stefani waited for her hubby to end his shift. Gwen happened to be around and the couple thought it would be fun according to a source since “they hadn’t done it in at least a decade”.

How can music make your relationship stronger?

Cupid’s Advice:

While not many of us are musicians, or dating musicians, music can still be a vital part of a relationship. Here are some ways music can strengthen a relationship:

1. Your song: Every couple has a song; it’s a given. During a wedding, the couple has a song that they dance to. Every time your song is played, you automatically think of your partner.

2. It sets the mood: The right song playing in the car at the end of a first date can lead into a goodnight kiss. Music sets the mood for the activity whether it is a fist pumping club song or a soft melody.

3. Deeper meaning: Listen to the actual lyrics to a song and you might be able to find one that tells the story of your relationship with your partner. Music can help explain feelings that we cannot share.

How does music play a part in your relationship? Share your ideas with us in the comments below.