With the 2012 release of their long-anticipated comeback album Push and Shove, No Doubt achieved a true return to form, reprising their ska-punk sound and hitting the road with the thrilling onstage energy that made the band and frontwoman Gwen Stefani household names in the ‘90s. With news of a return to the studio in 2013, the band has fans eagerly awaiting new material and a 2014 tour.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
“I have always heard how great No Doubt was live, but it doesn't compare to actually being there. They are full of high energy…Vocally, Gwen sounds amazing.”
“There was never a dull moment in the show. They played for 2 hours and the time flew by. There was a great mixture of new and old songs.”
“I love that No Doubt doesn't forget longtime listeners and plays the stuff we really want to hear!”
Along with bands like Sublime and Reel Big Fish, California heroes No Doubt played a major role in launching the local Orange County, CA ska-punk movement of the '90s. The sound caught on worldwide, with No Doubt at the forefront of the genre's success, selling over 33 million albums worldwide and producing a string of hits including “Just a Girl,” “Don’t Speak,” and “Spiderwebs." In 2004, lead singer Gwen Stefani pursued a successful solo career, rejoining the band in 2008 to begin work on what would ultimately result in 2012's Push and Shove -- the band's first album of new material in over ten years.