Gwen Stefani


Gwen Stefani was drawn to the Los Angeles music scene, so when her brother invited her to join his band, she accepted with enthusiasm. No Doubt signed to Interscope Records in 1991, and despite a disappointing debut album, Gwen Stefani encouraged her fellow band members to stick with it. The band’s third album, Tragic Kingdom, was released in 1995, and the band found themselves rocketed to stardom, largely based on the strength of the singles that Gwen Stefani herself had written. Tragic Kingdom garnered two Grammies and landed on the charts at number one, and the singles “Spiderwebs,” “Just a Girl,” and “Don’t Speak,” all charted. Gwen Stefani began to dabble in some solo and collaborative work, singing on Moby’s “Southside” and Eve’s “Let Me Blow Your Mind.”  No Doubt took a break, and Gwen Stefani began a genuine solo career.

fashion dolls, all complete with attire from her tours and videos.

Gwen Stefani released her second solo album, The Sweet Escape, in 2006, and began a world tour in its support. At the same time, No Doubt began work on a new album, and after Gwen Stefani returned from tour, she reunited with the band for its final work and release. Push and Shove was released in 2012.

Gwen Stefani Song List

  • “Rich Girl”
  • “Hollaback Girl”
  • “The Sweet Escape”

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