Paris Jackson and boyfriend Gabriel Glenn showcased their music on Saturday night, taking to the stage of L.A. music venue The Mint.
Calling themselves The Soundflowers, reports Billboard, the duo played their first public concert, performing a folk-tinged set that had more in common with Simon & Garfunkel than The Jackson 5.
Among the attendees at the intimate show were Jackson’s mother, Debbie Rowe, her older brother Prince Michael, cousin TJ Jackson, godfather Macaulay Culkin and singer Chris Brown (who posed for a photo with Jackson after the show).
Along with some original material, the duo also performed a cover of Jimmy Buffett’s “Margaritaville”, encouraging the crowd to sing along.
The pair also performed a cover of Bob Marley’s “Redemption Song”, with Glenn explaining the song’s significance to the audience.
“That was the first song I heard her play on the guitar,” he said of Jackson. “I was at a party and she was in a room by herself, and I was thinking ‘Don’t do it, don’t go listen to that cute girl play guitar.’ But I sat down, heard her playing and it was the most beautiful thing I’d ever heard. I was like, ‘S**t, this is what falling in love feels like, isn’t it?’ It was the best mistake of my life.”
Following the show, Jackson shared a sweet photo of herself and her mother on Instagram Stories:
Fan-shot video of The Soundflowers’ performance was shared on youTube:
The performance comes just weeks after Jackson, 20, was reportedly hospitalized after an alleged suicide attempt on March 16.
While 911 audio of the alleged incident was obtained by The Blast, Jackson has refuted the reports, taking to Twitter that same day to write, “lies, lies, lies, omg, and more lies,” and “f**k you, you f**king liars.”