No Doubt reuniting. Could a stop in Denver be planned?

By Jim Lawson on January 17, 2024
No Doubt reuniting. Could a stop in Denver be planned?
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No Doubt fans are rejoicing as the beloved Californian band has hinted at an upcoming reunion concert, marking their return after over ten years since their breakup. The band, consisting of singer Gwen Stefani, bassist Tony Kanal, guitarist Tom Dumont, and drummer Adrian Young, originally formed in Anaheim, California in 1986. They released their final album, Push and Shove, in 2012. Apart from her time with No Doubt, Stefani has also achieved great success as a solo artist. Additionally, she has been seen as a judge on the popular TV talent show, The Voice.

On Tuesday, 16 January, a minute-long clip was posted to No Doubt’s official X/Twitter page.

Stefani starts off the video by looking back at a collage she created for the band’s second album, The Beacon Street Collection, released in 1995.

“This is actually bringing back so many memories,” says Stefani. “I’m going to text Tony right now.”

The video then moves to a cool transition from 2015 to 2024, and then we see all four band members chatting together on a video call.

Stefani then asks: “What are we doing?”, Young suggests: “Maybe we should do a show?” to excitement from his bandmates. The video ends with Stefani saying: “Let’s do a show” and a graphic of a question mark.

Minutes later, the band was announced on the lineup for 2024’s Coachella Festival. 

Hopefully a concert tour, including Denver, is planned. It would be great to see them back together.

No Doubt burst onto the music scene in 1986 and released five albums. After taking time away from one another, the band released another album in 2012 and broke up again in 2015.

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