Gwen Stefani

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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Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale's Son Covering The Smashing Pumpkins Is a 90s Fever Dream

Gwen Stefani’s son, Kingston Rossdale, channeled 1990’s alt-rock vibes releasing a music video cover of The Smashing Pumpkins hit “1979.” There’s no doubt visions of Stefani
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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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Pink, The Strokes, Luke Bryan, Tyga

Watch The Latest "Mean Tweets: Music Edition" On 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'

P!nk, Elvis Costello, Korn, The Strokes, Luke Bryan, Tyga and more
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