Gwen Stefani Tickets
Gwen Stefani had a musical epiphany at the age of 17 while listening to her brother's records. When during the Los Angeles' ska revival scene he asked her to join a ska band he was forming, and they were off.
No Doubt, the eventual name of the band, had limited success until their third album, Tragic Kingdom. With Stefani as the frontwoman, the third wave ska band No Doubt's album Tragic Kingdom (1995) sold more than fifteen million copies worldwide. Smash singles "Just a Girl," "Spiderwebs," and the airplay number-one "Don't Speak," helped the album reach the number one spot in Billboard and garner two Grammy nominations.
The band's popularity declined with Return of Saturn (2000), but Rock Steady (2001) introduced reggae production into their music, which was generally well-received.
Stefani recorded her first solo album Love. Angel. Music. Baby. in 2004. The album contains pop and dance tracks and influence from hip hop and R&B. Its third single "Hollaback Girl" became the first U.S. digital download to exceed sales of one million and "Cool" was one of 2005's most popular radio singles. The Sweet Escape (2006), Stefani's second solo album, was preceded by the single "Wind It Up".
Stefani was recently voted one of People magazine's "50 Most Beautiful People"
Ages 6 and up. Ages 6-17 must be accompanied by an adult.