No Doubt

Gwen Stefani and No Doubt celebrate 25 years of 'Tragic Kingdom'

No Doubt cast a ska-punk net over the music world with their genre defining 1995 album Tragic Kingdom. Twenty five years later, band members are celebrating the work as an artistic journey that defined their careers and shaped popular music.
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Just a (diamond-certified, smash hit) album: No Doubt's 'Tragic Kingdom' turns 25

The third full-length effort from Gwen Stefani and company was released on October 10, 1995, and would go on to become one of the most iconic albums of the ‘90s.
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No Doubt Drummer Hints At Possible 'Tragic Kingdom' 25th Anniversary Tour For 2020

No Doubt band members recently celebrated their breakthrough album, Tragic Kingdom , turning 24 on social media, and drummer Adrian Young took things a step further. In Young's post commemorating the album's anniversary he said, "Let's do some shows to celebrate next year!" Along with a "tk25tour"...
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Weezer, The Killers, and More Honor Ric Ocasek

Ric Ocasek died Sunday at the age of 75, immediately setting off a flood of tributes from fans and artists impacted by the frontman from The Cars . Not only was Ocasek the leader of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame group, but he also became a prolific producer, working with artists like No Doubt ,...
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Gwen Stefani Concert Photos

Gwen Stefani in concert Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at the Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre. She has won a Grammy, four MTV Video Music Awards, one American Music Award, one Brit Award, and two Billboard Music Awards. With No Doubt, she won two Grammy Awards. Photos by Shark Photojournalist, Ron Elkman.
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