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Gwen Stefani
Gwen Stefani performing
Gwen Stefani performing
Background information
Birth name Gwen Renée Stefani
Born October 3, 1969 (1969-10-03) (age 38)
Fullerton, California, United States
Origin Anaheim, California, United States
Genre(s) Pop, New Wave, Dance, Rock, Ska Punk, Alternative
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, fashion designer, actress
Instrument(s) keyboards, vocals, synthesizer, sampler, drum machine, guitar
Years active 1986–present
Label(s) Interscope
Associated acts No Doubt
Website www.GwenStefani.com

Gwen Renée Stefani (born October 3, 1969) (pronounced /ˈgwɛn stɛˈfɑːni/[1]), is an American singer, songwriter, fashion designer, and occasional actress. Stefani fronts the rock/ska punk band No Doubt, whose 1995 album Tragic Kingdom propelled them to stardom, selling 16 million copies worldwide. It spawned the singles "Just a Girl", "Spiderwebs", and "Don't Speak". The band's popularity went into decline with its fourth album, Return of Saturn (2000), but Rock Steady (2001) introduced reggae production into its music, and generally received positive reviews. Image File history File linksMetadata Size of this preview: 399 × 599 pixels Full resolution (1333 × 2000 pixel, file size: 595 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) File links The following pages on the English Wikipedia link to this file (pages on other projects are not listed): Gwen Stefani What You Waiting... is the 276th day of the year (277th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Also: 1969 (number) 1969 (movie) 1969 (Stargate SG-1) episode. ... Location of Fullerton within Orange County, California, U.S. Coordinates: , Country State County Orange Government  - Mayor Shawn Nelson Area  - City  22. ... This article is about the U.S state. ... Anaheim redirects here. ... This article is about the U.S state. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... This article is about the genre of popular music. ... New Wave was a music genre that existed during the late 1970s and the early-to-mid 1980s. ... Dance music is music composed specifically to facilitate or accompany dancing. ... Punk rock is an anti-establishment rock music genre and movement that emerged in the mid-1970s. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... The term alternative rock or alternative music1 was coined in the early 1980s to describe bands which didnt fit into the mainstream genres of the time. ... For other uses, see Singer (disambiguation). ... A songwriter is someone who writes the lyrics to songs, the musical composition (chords) or melody to songs, or both. ... Fashion design is the applied art dedicated to clothing and lifestyle accessories created within the cultural and social influences of a specific time. ... Actors in period costume sharing a joke whilst waiting between takes during location filming. ... A musical instrument is a device constructed or modified for the purpose of making music. ... This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... In music a singer or vocalist is a type of musician who sings, i. ... Synth redirects here. ... An AKAI MPC2000 sampler Playing a Yamaha SU10 Sampler A sampler is an electronic music instrument closely related to a synthesizer. ... A Boss DR-202 Drum Machine A drum machine is an electronic musical instrument designed to imitate the sound of drums and/or other percussion instruments. ... For other uses, see Guitar (disambiguation). ... In the music industry, a record label can be a brand and a trademark associated with the marketing of music recordings and music videos. ... Interscope Records is a record label currently owned by the Universal Music Group. ... For other uses, see No Doubt (disambiguation). ... is the 276th day of the year (277th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Also: 1969 (number) 1969 (movie) 1969 (Stargate SG-1) episode. ... For other uses, see Singer (disambiguation). ... A songwriter is someone who writes the lyrics to songs, the musical composition (chords) or melody to songs, or both. ... Fashion design is the applied art dedicated to clothing and lifestyle accessories created within the cultural and social influences of a specific time. ... Actors in period costume sharing a joke whilst waiting between takes during location filming. ... This article is about the genre. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... For other uses, see No Doubt (disambiguation). ... Tragic Kingdom is the third album by third wave ska band No Doubt. ... Just a Girl is the first single from the breakthrough 1995 album, Tragic Kingdom, by No Doubt. ... Spiderwebs is a song by the American band No Doubt. ... Dont Speak is the third single from Tragic Kingdom, the third album by Californian third wave ska group No Doubt, released in late 1996. ... Return of Saturn is the fourth album by ska punk band No Doubt, released in 2000 (see 2000 in music). ... Alternate cover Rock Steady is the fifth album by American third wave ska band No Doubt, released on Interscope Records in December 2001 (see 2001 in music). ... Reggae is a music genre first developed in Jamaica in the late 1960s. ...


Stefani recorded her first solo album Love. Angel. Music. Baby. in 2004. The album was primarily inspired by music of the 1980s, taking Stefani's work further into more pop and dance music,[2] and enjoyed international success with sales of over seven million.[3] The album's third single "Hollaback Girl" became the first U.S. digital download to sell one million copies.[4] Stefani's second solo album The Sweet Escape (2006) yielded "Wind It Up", a moderate worldwide success, and the United World Chart number one "The Sweet Escape".[5] Including her work with No Doubt, Stefani has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide.[6] She won the World's Best-Selling New Female Artist at the World Music Awards 2005. Stefani also received a positive response for not only the songs 4 In The Morning and Early Winter but also for their music videos. Love. ... This article is about the genre of popular music. ... Electronic dance music is a broad set of percussive music genres that largely inherit from 1970s disco music and, to some extent, the experimental pop music of Kraftwerk. ... Hollaback Girl is a pop song written by singer Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams for Stefanis debut solo album Love. ... The Sweet Escape is the second solo album by American pop–rock singer Gwen Stefani. ... Wind It Up is a pop rap song written by Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams originally for inclusion on Stefanis Harajuku Lovers Tour 2005. ... Akon singles chronology The Sweet Escape is a pop song written by Gwen Stefani, Akon, and Giorgio Tuinfort for Stefanis second solo album The Sweet Escape (2006). ... // Under the High Patronage of His Serene Highness (H.S.H.) Prince Albert II of Monaco the 17th annual World Music Awards were conducted at the Kodak Theater in Hollywood, California on August 31, 2005. ... 4 in the Morning is a pop song written by Gwen Stefani and Tony Kanal for Stefanis second solo album The Sweet Escape (2006). ... For the camping equipment company, see Early Winters. ...


In the media, Stefani is known as a fashion trendsetter.[7] In 2003, she debuted her clothing line L.A.M.B. and expanded her collection with the 2005 Harajuku Lovers line. Drawing inspiration from Japanese culture and fashion, Stefani performs and makes public appearances with four back-up dancers known as the Harajuku Girls. She married British grunge musician Gavin Rossdale in 2002; they have a son, Kingston James McGregor, who was born in 2006 and are expecting their second child in August 2008. [8] L.A.M.B. is the name of the fashion line by rock singer Gwen Stefani, front-woman of No Doubt and successful solo artist. ... Harajukju Lovers is the name of a brand of apparel, fashion accessories, and (formerly) stationery of singer Gwen Stefani launched in 2005. ... Japanese culture and language Japans isolation until the arrival of the Black Ships and the Meiji era produced a culture distinctively different from any other, and echoes of this uniqueness persist today. ... Japanese fashion consists of a mixture of both traditional and modern styles. ... Harajuku girls are women who wear a style of clothing that originated in the street culture of Osaka, Shibuya and Tokyo. ... Grunge redirects here. ... Gavin McGregor Rossdale (born 30 October 1967)[1] is a British musician most famous for being the lead singer and guitarist of the former British rock band, Bush, and later the lead singer and guitarist of Institute, which broke up in 2006 after only one album. ...

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Early life

Gwen Renée Stefani was born in Fullerton, California and raised in Anaheim, California,[9] and grew up in a Roman Catholic household.[10] Her mother named her after a stewardess in the 1968 novel Airport, and her middle name, Renée, comes from The Four Tops' 1968 cover of The Left Banke's 1966 hit song "Walk Away Renée".[11] Her father, Dennis Stefani, is Italian American and works as a Yamaha marketing executive. Her mother, Patti Flynn, is of Irish and Scottish descent and worked as an accountant before becoming a homemaker.[12][13] Her parents were fans of folk music and presented music by Bob Dylan and Emmylou Harris to their daughter.[10] She is the second oldest of four children; she has a younger sister, Jill, a younger brother, Todd, and an older brother, Eric.[10][12] Eric was the keyboardist for No Doubt but left the band to pursue a career in animation on The Simpsons.[14] Location of Fullerton within Orange County, California, U.S. Coordinates: , Country State County Orange Government  - Mayor Shawn Nelson Area  - City  22. ... Anaheim redirects here. ... The Roman Catholic Church, most often spoken of simply as the Catholic Church, is the largest Christian church, with over one billion members. ... The Four Tops are an American vocal quartet, whose repertoire has included doo-wop, jazz, soul music, R&B, disco, adult contemporary, and showtunes. ... The Left Banke was an American 1960s pop-music group which produced two hit singles, Walk Away Renee and Pretty Ballerina. ... Walk Away Renee is a song made popular by the band The Left Banke in 1966, composed by the groups keyboard player Michael Brown. ... An Italian-American is an American of Italian descent either born in America or someone who has immigrated. ... Yamaha may refer to: Yamaha Corporation – A manufacturer of a diverse range of musical instruments and electronics. ... This article is about the Scottish people as an ethnic group. ... Accountant, or Qualified Accountant, or Professional Accountant, is a certified accountancy and financial expert in the jurisdiction of many countries. ... Two homemakers. ... Folk song redirects here. ... This article is about the recording artist. ... Emmylou Harris (born April 2, 1947, Birmingham, Alabama) is a country, folk, alternative rock, and alternative country musician. ... Jill Stefani- younger sister to Gwen Stefani. ... Eric Matthew Stefani (born June 17, 1967, in Fullerton, California) is an American pop musician, former Simpsons animator, and Grammy-nominated composer and writer. ... Simpsons redirects here. ...


Many of the women in Stefani's family were seamstresses, and much of her clothing was made by her or her mother. As a child, Stefani's musical interests consisted of musicals such as The Sound of Music and Evita. After making a demo tape for her father, she was encouraged to take music lessons to train her "loopy, unpredictable" voice.[10] Turn of the century sewing in Detroit, Michigan An old sewing machine Sewing is an ancient craft involving the stitching of cloth, animal skins, furs, or other materials, using needle and thread. ... For other uses, see The Sound of Music (disambiguation). ... This article is about the musical Evita. ... Track Listing Submerged -3:09 Subway -1:57 Waiting For Susan -3:03 One Times One Times One -4:25 To Be Free Please -4:02 Handsome Musician -3:32 Fair Weather -3:06 North Main Street -3:31 AIDS -3:26 Your House -2:34 ...


Stefani made her onstage debut during a talent show at Loara High School, where she sang "I Have Confidence," from The Sound of Music, in a self-made tweed dress inspired by one from the film.[3][15] Stefani was on the Loara swim team in an attempt to lose weight.[16] She first worked scrubbing floors at a Dairy Queen and later manning the MAC makeup counter of a department store.[17] After graduating from high school in 1987,[15] she began attending California State University, Fullerton.[18] Loara High School is a high school in the Anaheim Union High School District, located in the city of Anaheim in Orange County, California. ... For other uses, see The Sound of Music (disambiguation). ... Tweed is a rough, unfinished woolen fabric, of a soft, open, flexible texture resembling cheviot or homespun, but more closely woven. ... Swimmer redirects here. ... Dairy Queen, abbreviated to DQ, is a global chain of ice-cream and fast-food restaurants. ... California State University, Fullerton, commonly known as CSUF, CSU Fullerton, or Cal State Fullerton, is currently the largest California State University campus. ...


Music career

1986–present: No Doubt

Main article: No Doubt

When her brother Eric asked her to join his band, No Doubt, she was more than ready. Her brother introduced her to 2 Tone music by Madness and The Selecter, and in 1986 he invited her to provide vocals for No Doubt, a ska band he was forming.[14] The band's lead singer was John Spence, with whom Stefani shared vocals. In 1987, however, Spence committed suicide. Stefani kept No Doubt together, encouraging them to continue pushing through the difficult times. Finally, in 1991, the band was signed to Interscope Records. She also did backup vocals for Sublime on the song "Saw Red" For other uses, see No Doubt (disambiguation). ... This page meets Wikipedias criteria for speedy deletion. ... Madness are a British pop/ska band from Camden Town, London, that formed in 1976. ... The Selecters Three Minute Hero single cover The Selecter were a 2 Tone ska revival band from Coventry, England, formed in the late 1970s. ... This article is about the genre. ... For other uses, see Suicide (disambiguation). ... Interscope Records is an American record label, owned by Universal Music Group, and operates as one third of UMGs Interscope-Geffen-A&M label group. ...


The band released its self-titled debut album in 1992, but its ska-pop sound was unsuccessful due to the popularity of grunge.[19] Stefani rejected the aggressiveness of female grunge artists and cited Blondie singer Debbie Harry's combination of power and sex appeal as a major influence.[20] No Doubt's third album, Tragic Kingdom (1995), which followed the self-released The Beacon Street Collection (1995), took more than three years to make. During this time, the band almost split up because of the failed romantic relationship between Stefani and bandmate Tony Kanal.[21] Their break-up inspired Stefani lyrically, and many of the album's songs, such as "Don't Speak", "Sunday Morning", and "Hey You", chronicle their relationship and her happiness.[22] Five singles were released from Tragic Kingdom and "Don't Speak" led 1996's U.S. year-end airplay chart.[23] Stefani left college for one semester to tour for Tragic Kingdom but did not return when touring lasted two and a half years.[10] The album sold more than 16 million copies worldwide,[10] and received several Grammy Award nominations.[24] No Doubt is the self-titled debut album by pop/ska/rock band No Doubt, released 17 March 1992 on the Interscope Records record label (see 1992 in music). ... This article is about the genre of popular music. ... Grunge music (sometimes also referred to as the Seattle Sound) is an independent-rooted music genre that became a commercially successful offshoot of hardcore punk, thrash metal, and alternative rock in the late 1980s and early 1990s. ... For other uses, see Blondie. ... Deborah Ann Harry (born July 1, 1945, in Miami, Florida) is a singer-songwriter and actress most famous for being the lead singer for the punk rock/new wave band Blondie. ... ... Tragic Kingdom is the third album by third wave ska band No Doubt. ... Beacon Street Collection is a self-produced album by ska punk band No Doubt, released in 1995 (see 1995 in music). ... Tony Ashwin Kanal (born August 27, 1970 in Kingsbury, London, England) is the bassist for the US band No Doubt. ... Dont Speak is the third single from Tragic Kingdom, the third album by Californian third wave ska group No Doubt, released in late 1996. ... Sunday Morning was the sixth single released from third wave ska band No Doubts breakthrough album, Tragic Kingdom. ... Airplay is a technical term used in the radio industry to state how frequently a song is being played on a radio station. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ...

Stefani performing with No Doubt in 2002.
Stefani performing with No Doubt in 2002.

No Doubt released the less popular Return of Saturn in 2000, which expands upon the New Wave influences of Tragic Kingdom.[25] Most of the lyrical content focuses on Stefani's often rocky relationship with then-Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale and her overall insecurities, including indecision on settling down and having a child.[26] The band's 2001 album, Rock Steady, explores more reggae and dancehall sounds while maintaining the band's New Wave influences, generally receiving positive reviews.[27] The album generated career-highest singles chart positions in the United States,[28] and "Hey Baby" and "Underneath It All" received Grammy Awards. A greatest hits collection, The Singles 1992-2003, which includes a cover of Talk Talk's "It's My Life", was released in 2003 to moderate sales. The other members of No Doubt have begun work on a new album[29] and plan to complete it after Stefani's tour is finished.[30] Gwen Stefani in late 2004 File links The following pages link to this file: Gwen Stefani Categories: GFDL images ... Gwen Stefani in late 2004 File links The following pages link to this file: Gwen Stefani Categories: GFDL images ... For other uses, see No Doubt (disambiguation). ... Return of Saturn is the fourth album by ska punk band No Doubt, released in 2000 (see 2000 in music). ... New Wave was a music genre that existed during the late 1970s and the early-to-mid 1980s. ... Bush was a post-grunge band from the UK, formed in 1992. ... Gavin McGregor Rossdale (born 30 October 1967)[1] is a British musician most famous for being the lead singer and guitarist of the former British rock band, Bush, and later the lead singer and guitarist of Institute, which broke up in 2006 after only one album. ... Alternate cover Rock Steady is the fifth album by American third wave ska band No Doubt, released on Interscope Records in December 2001 (see 2001 in music). ... Reggae is a music genre first developed in Jamaica in the late 1960s. ... Dancehall is a type of Jamaican popular music which developed around the late 70s, with exponents such as Yellowman and Shabba Ranks. ... See Hey Baby (Uuh, Aah) for the DJ Otzi song. ... Underneath It All is a pop song written by Gwen Stefani and Dave Stewart for No Doubts fourth album Rock Steady (2001). ... The Singles 1992-2003 is a compilation album by American band No Doubt, and features the bands singles between 1992 and 2003, including a cover of Talk Talks Its My Life. The album was the bands final album to date (other than Everything in Time, which... // In popular music, a cover version, or simply cover, is a new rendition (performance or recording) of a previously recorded song. ... Talk Talk was a popular English music group that was active from 1981 to 1991. ... Its My Life is a synthpop song written by Mark Hollis and Tim Friese-Greene for Talk Talks second album Its My Life (1984). ...


Outside No Doubt, Stefani has collaborated on the singles "South Side" and "Let Me Blow Ya Mind" with Moby and Eve, respectively. In 2002 Eve and Stefani won a Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for "Let Me Blow Ya Mind".[31] She also collaborated with The Brian Setzer Orchestra on a cover of "You're the Boss", originally performed by Elvis Presley and Ann-Margret, for its 1998 album The Dirty Boogie. South Side is a song by Moby. ... Gwen Stefani singles chronology South Side (2000) Let Me Blow Ya Mind (2001) What You Waiting For? (2004) Alternate cover UK CD 2 cover Let Me Blow Ya Mind is the second single from Eves second album, Scorpion. ... Richard Melville Hall, also known as Moby (born September 11, 1965 in Harlem, New York[1]) is an American DJ, songwriter, musician and singer. ... Eve Jihan Jeffers (born November 10, 1978), better known as Eve or E-V-E, is an American rapper, singer, and actress. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... The Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration has been awarded since 2002. ... The Brian Setzer Orchestra is a swing band formed in 1990 by Stray Cats frontman Brian Setzer. ... Elvis redirects here. ... Ann-Margret Ann-Margret (born April 28, 1941) is a Swedish-born actress and singer. ... The Dirty Boogie is the third album from the swing band The Brian Setzer Orchestra. ...


2004 – present: Solo career

Following No Doubt's hiatus, Stefani sought out her former bandmate Tony Kanal to discuss the possibility of a solo career. The idea was to make a quick dance record, but this became a large collaboration with other artists, producers and various non-ska influences. The result was a successful first album. Currently, Stefani has two solo albums, "Love. Angel. Music. Baby. (2004)," and "The Sweet Escape (2006)." [32] Love. ... The Sweet Escape is the second solo album by American pop–rock singer Gwen Stefani. ...


2004 – 2006: Love.Angel.Music.Baby.

 
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    The song's beats and composition are based around a drum machine, piano and saxophone. It became Stefani's first U.S. number-one single.
    "Cool" (2005)
    The song features a 1980s musical-style with new wave production. It topped the Canadian Singles Chart.
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Stefani's debut solo album Love. Angel. Music. Baby. was released in November 2004. The album features a large number of collaborations with producers and other artists, including Tony Kanal, Linda Perry, André 3000, Nellee Hooper and The Neptunes. Stefani created the album to modernize the music to which she listened when in high school, and L.A.M.B. takes influence from a variety of music styles of the 1980s and early 1990s such as New Wave and electro.[33] Stefani's decision to use her solo career as an opportunity to delve further into pop music instead of trying "to convince the world of [her] talent, depth and artistic worth" was considered unusual.[2] As a result, reviews of the album were mixed, and it was described as "fun as hell but…not exactly rife with subversive social commentary."[34] The album debuted on the U.S. Billboard 200 albums chart at number seven, selling 309,000 copies in its first week.[35] It sold well, reaching multi-platinum status in the United States,[13] the United Kingdom,[36] Australia,[37] and Canada.[38] At the 2005 Grammy Awards, Stefani was nominated for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance,[39] and at the next year's awards, Stefani received five nominations for Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, Best Pop Vocal Album, and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration.[40] Image File history File links Stefani-2004-hollaback-girl. ... Image File history File links GwenStefaniCool. ... Love. ... Tony Ashwin Kanal (born August 27, 1970 in Kingsbury, London, England) is the bassist for the US band No Doubt. ... Linda Perry, born April 15, 1965 in Springfield, Massachusetts, to parents of Portuguese descent,[1] is an American rock musician, songwriter, and record producer. ... Ice Cold redirects here. ... Nellee Hooper is a British producer/remixer/composer best-known for his work with Björk, No Doubt, Madonna, Gwen Stefani, Garbage, U2, Sneaker Pimps, Soul II Soul and Massive Attack. ... The Neptunes is the name for the record production duo consisting of Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo, who created the sound for some very successful Hip Hop, R&B and Pop artists in the late-90s and 2000s. ... Electro, short for electro funk (also known as robot hip hop and Electro hop) is an electronic style of hip hop directly influenced by Kraftwerk and funk records (unlike earlier rap records which were closer to disco). ... This article is about the computer software framework. ... The Billboard 200 is a ranking of the 200 highest-selling music albums and EPs in the United States, published weekly by Billboard magazine. ... The 47th Grammy Awards were held on February 13, 2005 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. ... The Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance has been awarded since 1966. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... The Record of the Year is an award created by record producer Jonathan King voted for by the UK public. ... The Grammy Award for Album of the Year is the most prestigious award category. ... The Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album was awarded in 1968 and since 1995. ... The Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration has been awarded since 2002. ...

Stefani performing "Hollaback Girl" in November 2005.
Stefani performing "Hollaback Girl" in November 2005.

The first single released from the album was "What You Waiting For?", which charted outside the U.S. Top 40, but reached the Top 10 on most other charts.[41] The song served to explain why Stefani produced a solo album and discusses her fears in leaving No Doubt for a solo career[42] as well as her desire to have a baby.[15] "Rich Girl" was released as the album's second single. A duet with rapper Eve, and produced by Dr. Dre, it is an adaptation of a 1990s pop song by British musicians Louchie Lou and Michie One, which itself is a cover of "If I Were a Rich Man", from the musical Fiddler on the Roof. "Rich Girl" proved successful on several formats, and reached the UK and U.S. top ten.[43] L.A.M.B.'s third single "Hollaback Girl" became Stefani's first U.S. and second Australian number-one single; it was less successful elsewhere.[44] The song was the first U.S. digital download to sell more than one million copies legally,[4] and its brass-driven composition remained popular throughout 2005.[45] Image File history File links This image is the cover of an album or single. ... Image File history File links This image is the cover of an album or single. ... Hollaback Girl is a pop song written by singer Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams for Stefanis debut solo album Love. ... What You Waiting For? is a dance-pop song written by Gwen Stefani and Linda Perry for Stefanis 2004 debut solo album Love. ... Top 40 is a radio format based on frequent repetition of songs from a constantly-updated list of the forty best-selling singles. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... Rich Girl is a pop–hip hop performed by singer Gwen Stefani featuring Eve. ... Rapping is one of the elements of hip hop and the distinguishing feature of hip hop music; it is a form of rhyming lyrics spoken rhythmically over musical instruments, with a musical backdrop of sampling, scratching and mixing by DJs. ... Eve Jihan Jeffers (born November 10, 1978), better known as Eve or E-V-E, is an American rapper, singer, and actress. ... For the New York radio and television presenter, see Doctor Dre. ... {{ambox |type = content |text = This has multiple issues: * It does not cite any references or sources. ... // In popular music, a cover version, or simply cover, is a new rendition (performance or recording) of a previously recorded song. ... If I Were a Rich Man is the original song for the musical Fiddler on the Roof. ... For the film, see Fiddler on the Roof (film). ... Hollaback Girl is a pop song written by singer Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams for Stefanis debut solo album Love. ... // A digital download (also known as a digital single or a paid digital download) is an official and legal music single available for purchase through an online store. ... Image of a trumpet, foreground, a piccolo trumpet behind, and a flugelhorn in background. ...


The fourth single "Cool" was released shortly following the popularity of its predecessor, but failed to match its chart success, reaching the top twenty in UK and U.S.[46] The song's lyrics and its accompanying music video, filmed in Lake Como, Italy, depict Stefani's former relationship with Kanal.[47] "Luxurious" was released as the album's fifth single, but did not perform as well as its predecessors. "Crash" was released in early 2006 as the album's sixth single in lieu of Love. Angel. Music. Baby.'s sequel, which Stefani postponed because of her pregnancy.[48] Cool is a pop song written by Gwen Stefani and Dallas Austin for Stefanis debut solo album Love. ... Lake Como (Lago di Como in Italian, also known as Lario; Latin: Larius Lacus) is a lake of glacial origin in Lombardy, Italy. ... This article is about the song. ... Crash is a pop rap song written by Gwen Stefani and Tony Kanal for Stefanis debut solo album Love. ... This article is about pregnancy in female humans. ...


2006 – 2008: The Sweet Escape

 

Stefani's second solo album, The Sweet Escape, was released in December 2006. Stefani recollaborated with Kanal, Perry, and The Neptunes, along with Akon and Tim Rice-Oxley from English rock band Keane. The album focuses more heavily on electro/dance music for clubs than its predecessor.[13] Stefani commented that it differed from L.A.M.B. because "I just wasn't inspired to do another album and…I was a lot more relaxed making it."[49] Its release coincided with the DVD release of Stefani's first tour, entitled Harajuku Lovers Live. The album received mixed reviews by critics, who found that it "has a surprisingly moody, lightly autobiographical feel...[but] Stefani isn't convincing as a dissatisfied diva"[50] and called the album a "hasty return" that repeats Love. Angel. Music. Baby. with less energy.[51] Image File history File links WindItUp. ... The Lonely Goatherd is a song from the musical The Sound Of Music, sung by Julie Andrews, (playing Maria von Trapp), and the von Trapp children. ... For other uses, see The Sound of Music (disambiguation). ... Image File history File links TheSweetEscape. ... Doo-wop is a style of vocal-based rhythm and blues music popular in the mid-1950s to the early 1960s in America. ... The Sweet Escape is the second solo album by American pop–rock singer Gwen Stefani. ... The Neptunes is the name for the record production duo consisting of Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo, who created the sound for some very successful Hip Hop, R&B and Pop artists in the late-90s and 2000s. ... Kishan Aliaune Damala Bouga Time Puru Nacka Badara Akon Thiam,[1][2] often going by the shorter Aliaune Thiam[3] (born October 14, 1981),[4] and better known by his stage name Akon, is an American R&B singer, rapper, songwriter, record producer, and record executive. ... Timothy Tim James Rice-Oxley is the co-founder, pianist and composer of English piano rock and alternative rock band Keane. ... For other uses, see Keane. ... For other uses, see Electronic music (disambiguation). ... Dance music is music composed specifically to facilitate or accompany dancing. ... Laser lights illuminate the dance floor at a Gatecrasher dance music event in Sheffield, England A nightclub (or night club or club) is a drinking, dancing, and entertainment venue which does its primary business after dark. ... A concert comprises a performance, usually involving some degree of formality, and particularly a performance featuring music. ... Harajuku Lovers Live is a DVD video release documenting performances from Gwen Stefanis Harajuku Lovers Tour 2005. ... For other senses of this word, see diva (disambiguation). ...

Stefani performing "Wind It Up" in May of 2007.
Stefani performing "Wind It Up" in May of 2007.

"Wind It Up", the album's lead single, was panned by critics for its use of yodeling and an interpolation of The Sound of Music[52] but was moderately successful, reaching the Top 20 in most markets.[53] The title track was well-received. To promote The Sweet Escape, Stefani was a mentor on the sixth season of American Idol and performed the song with Akon. It was an international success and earned Stefani a Grammy nomination. The song topped the United World Chart for eight weeks[54]. With 6,697,000 United World Chart points, the song is the twentieth most successful song since 1999[55] The song ended at number four on the chart's 2007 Year end chart.[56] The song is Stefani's most successful song of her solo career. In November 2006, the club single "Yummy" was released as a 3-track maxi promo single and as a 12" vinyl single[57][58], both featuring a radio edit, an instrumental and an accapella version of the song. "4 In The Morning" was released as the album's third single with mediocre success. The album's fourth single was a hybird version of Now That You Got It which featured Damian Marley. The song was a commercial failure and became her first solo single to fail to chart on the Billboard Hot 100. Early Winter was released in February 2008 worldwide with initial success on European Charts. To promote the album, Stefani embarked a worldwide tour, The Sweet Escape Tour. The tour covered North America, Europe, Asia and the Pacific and part of Latin America. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Wind It Up is a pop rap song written by Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams originally for inclusion on Stefanis Harajuku Lovers Tour 2005. ... Wind It Up is a pop rap song written by Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams originally for inclusion on Stefanis Harajuku Lovers Tour 2005. ... A lead single is the first single released by a musician or a band from a given album. ... Yodeling (or yodelling, jodeling) is a form of singing that involves singing an extended note which rapidly and repeatedly changes in pitch from the vocal chest register (or chest voice) to the head register (or head voice), making a high-low-high-low sound. ... In music, interpolation is an abrupt change of elements, with (almost immediate) continuation of the first idea. ... Rodgers and Hammersteins The Sound of Music is a 1965 film directed by Robert Wise and starring Julie Andrews in the lead role. ... Akon singles chronology The Sweet Escape is a pop song written by Gwen Stefani, Akon, and Giorgio Tuinfort for Stefanis second solo album The Sweet Escape (2006). ... The sixth season of American Idol premiered on the Fox Broadcasting Company on January 16, 2007 and ran until May 23, 2007. ... American Idol is an American reality-competition show airing on Fox. ... Grammy Award statuette The Grammy Awards, presented by the Recording Academy (an association of Americans professionally involved in the recorded music industry) for outstanding achievements in the recording industry, is one of four major music awards shows held annually in the United States (the Billboard Music Awards, the American Music... 4 in the Morning is a pop song written by Gwen Stefani and Tony Kanal for Stefanis second solo album The Sweet Escape (2006). ... Damian Marley singles chronology Now That You Got It is a pop rap song written by Sean Garrett, Gwen Stefani, and Swizz Beatz for Stefanis second album The Sweet Escape (2006). ... Damian Marley (born July 21, 1978 in Kingston, Jamaica), is a three time Grammy-winning reggae artist and is the youngest son of reggae legend Bob Marley. ... For the camping equipment company, see Early Winters. ... The Sweet Escape Tour was American pop rock singer Gwen Stefanis second concert tour. ...


Stefani contributed vocals to her husband Gavin Rossdale's highly anticipated first solo record entitled Wanderlust, however, the track "Some Days"[59] on which Gwen sings was not included on the album.


Non-musical projects

Stefani made most of the clothing that she wore on stage with No Doubt, resulting in increasingly eclectic combinations. Stylist Andrea Lieberman introduced her to haute couture clothing, which lead to Stefani launching a fashion line named L.A.M.B. in 2004.[10] The line takes influence from a variety of fashions, including Guatemalan, Japanese, and Jamaican styles.[60] The line achieved popularity among celebrities and is worn by stars such as Teri Hatcher, Nicole Kidman, and Stefani herself.[61][62] In June 2005, she expanded her collection with the less expensive Harajuku Lovers line, which she referred to as "a glorified merchandise line", with varied products including a camera, mobile phone charms, and undergarments.[63][64] In late 2006, Stefani released a limited edition line of dolls called "Love. Angel. Music. Baby. Fashion dolls". The dolls are inspired by the various costumes that Stefani and the Harajuku Girls wore while touring for the album.[65] In late summer 2007, Stefani launched a perfume, 'L', as a part of her L.A.M.B. collection of clothing and accessories. The perfume has high notes of sweet pea and rose.[66] Haute couture (French for high sewing or high dressmaking; IPA: ) refers to the creation of exclusive custom-fitted fashions. ... L.A.M.B. is the name of the fashion line by rock singer Gwen Stefani, front-woman of No Doubt and successful solo artist. ... Japanese fashion consists of a mixture of both traditional and modern styles. ... Teri Lynn Hatcher (born December 8, 1964) is an Emmy-nominated and Golden Globe Award-winning American actress and author as well. ... Nicole Mary Kidman, Order of Australia (born 20 June 1967 in Honolulu) is an Academy Award-winning Australian/American[1] actress. ... Harajukju Lovers is the name of a brand of apparel, fashion accessories, and (formerly) stationery of singer Gwen Stefani launched in 2005. ... For other uses, see Camera (disambiguation). ... A Japanese cell phone with various stickers and charms attached to it. ... Underwear redirects here. ... L.A.M.B. is the name of the fashion line by rock singer Gwen Stefani, front-woman of No Doubt and successful solo artist. ...


In 2004, Stefani showed interest in making film appearances[67] and began auditioning for films such as Mr. & Mrs. Smith.[68] She made her acting debut playing Jean Harlow in Martin Scorsese's The Aviator in 2004 and was nominated for the Screen Actors Guild Awards for Outstanding Performance by Cast in Motion Picture.[69] Scorsese, whose daughter was a No Doubt fan, showed reciprocal interest in casting Stefani after seeing her picture from a Marilyn Monroe-inspired photo shoot for Teen Vogue in 2003.[70][71] To prepare for the role, Stefani read two biographies and watched 18 of Harlow's films.[10] Shooting her part took four to five days, and Stefani had few lines.[72] Stefani lent her voice to the title character of Malice, a PS2 and Xbox video game in 2004; before completion, however, the company opted not to use No Doubt band-members' voices.[73] Mr. ... Jean Harlow (March 3, 1911 – June 7, 1937) was an American film actress and sex symbol of the 1930s. ... Martin Marcantonio Luciano Scorsese (IPA: AmE: ; Ita: []) (b. ... -1... The Actor: The Screen Actors Guild Award Statue The Screen Actors Guild Awards are an annual award given by the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) to recognize outstanding performances by members. ... Marilyn Monroe (born Norma Jeane Mortenson;[1] baptised Norma Jeane Baker June 1, 1926 – August 5, 1962), was a Golden Globe-winning,[2] critically-acclaimed[3][4][5] American actress, singer, model, Hollywood icon,[6] cultural icon, fashion icon,[7] pop icon,[8] film executive[9] and sex symbol. ... Teen Vogue magazine began as a version of Vogue magazine for a younger audience. ... Malice (video game) is a platform game for the Xbox and the PlayStation 2 made by Argonaut Games and published by Sierra in North America and Evolved Games in Europe. ... PS2 redirects here. ... For the Xboxs successor, see Xbox 360. ...


Personal life

Stefani's bandmate and ex-boyfriend Tony Kanal
Stefani's bandmate and ex-boyfriend Tony Kanal

Soon after Stefani joined No Doubt, she and bandmate Tony Kanal began dating.[18] Stefani stated that she was heavily invested in the relationship, commenting that "...all I ever did was look at Tony and pray that God would let me have a baby with him."[15] Kanal ended the relationship.[74] Image File history File links No Doubts Tony Kanal File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version. ... Image File history File links No Doubts Tony Kanal File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version. ... Tony Ashwin Kanal (born August 27, 1970 in Kingsbury, London, England) is the bassist for the US band No Doubt. ...


During her time with No Doubt, the band toured with fellow ska punk band Reel Big Fish, whose frontman, Aaron Barrett, later wrote the song "She's Famous Now" for their 1998 album Why Do They Rock So Hard?. The song is commonly interpreted to be about a relationship between the two and Stefani's subsequent success with No Doubt.[75] Barrett later stated that he "was just trying to start a rumor".[76] Reel Big Fish is an American ska punk band from Huntington Beach, California, best known for the 1997 hit Sell Out. ... Aaron Barrett (born August 30, 1974 in San Bernardino County, California) is the lead singer, lead guitarist, and primary songwriter for the ska-punk band Reel Big Fish. ... Why Do They Rock So Hard? is the third full-length release by the ska punk band Reel Big Fish. ...

Stefani's husband, Gavin Rossdale
Stefani's husband, Gavin Rossdale

In December 1995, No Doubt and rock band Goo Goo Dolls went on tour opening for alternative rock band Bush. Stefani met Bush guitarist and lead singer Gavin Rossdale[20] They married on September 14, 2002, with a wedding in St Paul's Church in Covent Garden, London. A second wedding was held in Los Angeles two weeks later.[77] According to Stefani, it was held so that she could wear a custom-designed wedding dress by British-Gibraltarian fashion designer John Galliano twice.[78] Image File history File links GavinRossdale. ... Image File history File links GavinRossdale. ... This article or section does not cite any references or sources. ... Bush was a post-grunge band from the UK, formed in 1992. ... Gavin McGregor Rossdale (born 30 October 1967)[1] is a British musician most famous for being the lead singer and guitarist of the former British rock band, Bush, and later the lead singer and guitarist of Institute, which broke up in 2006 after only one album. ... For other uses, see Wedding (disambiguation). ... St Pauls Church, also commonly known as the Actors Church, is a church located in Covent Garden, London, England. ... Covent Garden is a district in London, located on the easternmost parts of the City of Westminster and the southwest corner of the London Borough of Camden. ... This article is about the capital of England and the United Kingdom. ... Flag Seal Nickname: City of Angels Location Location within Los Angeles County in the state of California Coordinates , Government State County California Los Angeles County Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa (D) Geographical characteristics Area     City 1,290. ... For other uses, see Wedding dress (disambiguation). ... Brief introduction on the history of fashion design and designers Fashion design is the art dedicated to the creation of wearing apparel and lifestyle. ... John Galliano CBE (born January 28, 1960, in Gibraltar) is a British - Gibraltarian fashion designer. ...


The couple discovered in 2003 that Rossdale had a daughter, Daisy (b. 1989) from a previous fling with model Pearl Lowe when Rossdale took a paternity test. Stefani was "devastated and infuriated" at the discovery, leading to a rocky patch in her relationship with Rossdale.[79] Stefani does not have a relationship with Daisy, though Rossdale remains Daisy's godfather.[80] Stefani's song "Danger Zone" was widely believed to be about the discovery and its aftermath;[81] However, the song was written prior to the incident.[13] Pearl Lowe (b. ... A maternity or paternity identification test is conducted to establish whether a person is the biological parent of another person. ... A godparent, in many denominations of Christianity, is someone who sponsors a childs baptism. ...


In December 2005, Stefani and Rossdale announced that they were expecting their first child together. The pregnancy was first reported by Us Weekly, and Stefani confirmed the pregnancy by shouting "I want you to sing so loud that the baby hears it" during a concert in Fort Lauderdale, Florida after her press agent stated that it was untrue.[48] On May 26, 2006, their son, Kingston James McGregor Rossdale, was born via caesarean section at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.[82] Kingston weighed 3.4 kilograms (7 pounds, 5 ounces).[83] In January 2008, it was confirmed by her father-in-law that Stefani will be expecting her second child. As of the date of announcement, she was 13 weeks along. Rossdale and Stefani's second child is due in August 2008. [84] Us Weekly (a. ... Fort Lauderdale, known as the Venice of America, is a city located in Broward County, Florida. ... This article is about the U.S. State of Florida. ... A press agent is a professional publicist who acts on behalf of his or her client on all matters involving public relations. ... is the 146th day of the year (147th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... A caesarean section (AE cesarean section), or c-section, is a form of childbirth in which a surgical incision is made through a mothers abdomen (laparotomy) and uterus (hysterotomy) to deliver one or more babies. ... Cedars-Sinai Medical Center is a hospital located in Los Angeles, California. ...


Public image

Stefani performing Hollaback girl in May 2007, wearing the G logo on a belt buckle.
Stefani performing Hollaback girl in May 2007, wearing the G logo on a belt buckle.

Stefani began wearing a bindi in the mid 1990s after attending several family gatherings for Tony Kanal, who is of Indian heritage.[85] During No Doubt's breakthrough, Stefani wore the forehead decoration in several of the band's music videos and briefly popularized the accessory in 1997.[86] First attracting attention in the 1995 music video for "Just a Girl", Stefani is known for her midriff and frequently wears shirts that expose it.[87] Stefani's makeup design generally includes light face powder, bright red lipstick, and arched eyebrows; she wrote about the subject in a song titled "Magic's in the Makeup" for No Doubt's Return of Saturn, asking "If the magic's in the makeup/Then who am I?".[10] Image File history File linksMetadata Size of this preview: 288 × 600 pixels Full resolution (482 × 1004 pixel, file size: 83 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) Permission archived through OTRS. File links The following pages on the English Wikipedia link to this file (pages on other projects are not listed): Gwen... Image File history File linksMetadata Size of this preview: 288 × 600 pixels Full resolution (482 × 1004 pixel, file size: 83 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) Permission archived through OTRS. File links The following pages on the English Wikipedia link to this file (pages on other projects are not listed): Gwen... Hollaback Girl is a pop song written by singer Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams for Stefanis debut solo album Love. ... Indian woman with bindi Collection of modern bindis A bindi (Hindi: meaning dot) is a forehead decoration worn in South Asia[1] and Southeast Asia It may also be called a tilak. ... Tony Ashwin Kanal (born August 27, 1970 in Kingsbury, London, England) is the bassist for the US band No Doubt. ... A music video is a short film or video that accompanies a complete piece of music, most commonly a song. ... Midriff on display In the human body, the midriff is the section of the body between the chest and the waist, i. ... Cosmetics or makeup are substances to enhance the beauty of the human body, apart from simple cleaning. ... Lipstick is a cosmetic product containing pigments, oils, waxes, and emollients that applies color and texture to the lips. ... Categories: Anatomy stubs | Human appearance ...


Stefani is a natural brunette, though her hair has not been its natural color since she was in ninth grade.[88] Since then, she has had platinum blonde hair. Stefani discussed this in the song "Platinum Blonde Life" on Rock Steady and played original blonde bombshell Jean Harlow in the 2004 biopic The Aviator.[89] Stefani also dyed her hair blue in 1998[86] and pink in 2000,[90] appearing on the cover of Return of Saturn with pink hair. Brunette is the feminine of French brunet, which is a diminutive of brun, brune, meaning brown or dark-haired, ultimately from Latin BRVNVS (brown). ... Platinum Blonde may refer to: platinum blonde is a very light shade of hair colour, sometimes obtained by means of chemically bleaching out almost all natural colour from the hair. ... This article is about the body feature. ... The term bombshell is a forerunner to the sex symbol and originally used to describe popular female sex icons. ... Jean Harlow (March 3, 1911 – June 7, 1937) was an American film actress and sex symbol of the 1930s. ... -1...


In 2006, Stefani modified her image, inspired by that of Michelle Pfeiffer's character in the 1983 film Scarface.[3] The reinvented image included a symbol consisting of two back-to-back G's, which appears on a diamond-encrusted key she wears on a necklace and which became a motif in the promotion of The Sweet Escape.[64] Stefani raised concerns in January 2007 about her rapid weight loss following her pregnancy. She stated she lost the weight through diet and exercise but admitted to obsessing over her weight due to the size zero trend.[91] She later stated that she had been on a diet since the sixth grade to fit in size 4 clothing, commenting, "It's an ongoing battle and it's a nightmare. But I like clothes too much, and I always wanted to wear the outfits I would make."[92]-1... For other uses, see Scarface. ... In literature, a motif is any recurring element that has symbolic significance. ... Weight loss, in the context of medicine or health or physical fitness, is a reduction of the total body weight, due to a mean loss of fluid, body fat or adipose tissue and/or lean mass, namely bone mineral deposits, muscle, tendon and other connective tissue. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... The current usage of the term nightmare refers to a dream which causes the sleeper a strong unpleasant emotional response. ...


Harajuku Girls

Stefani performing with the Harajuku Girls, dressed as nurses, on the Harajuku Lovers Tour 2005.
Stefani performing with the Harajuku Girls, dressed as nurses, on the Harajuku Lovers Tour 2005.

The release of Stefani's first solo album brought attention to her entourage of four Harajuku Girls, named for the area around the Harajuku Station of Tokyo, Japan. Stefani treats the back-up dancers, who appear in outfits influenced by Gothic Lolita fashion,[93] as a figment of her imagination.[94] Stefani's clothing also took influence from Japanese fashion, in a style described as a combination between Christian Dior and Japan.[15] The dancers are featured in her music videos, press coverage, and on the album cover for Love. Angel. Music. Baby., with a song named for and dedicated to them on the album. They were also featured in, and the namesake for, Stefani's Harajuku Lovers Tour 2005. Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Harajuku girls are women who wear a style of clothing that originated in the street culture of Osaka, Shibuya and Tokyo. ... This article is about the occupation. ... Harajuku girls are women who wear a style of clothing that originated in the street culture of Osaka, Shibuya and Tokyo. ... Takeshita-dōri exit Harajuku Station (Japanese: 原宿駅 -eki) is a station on the JR Yamanote Line located in Tokyos Shibuya Ward, adjacent to Yoyogi Park. ... For other uses, see Tokyo (disambiguation). ... Two girls in frilly, somewhat extreme Lolita dress that was popular around 2002 in Takeshita Street, Tokyo Gothic Lolita or GothLoli , sometimes alternatively (though incorrectly) Loli-Goth) has two definitions. ... Christian Dior (January 21, 1905 – October 23, 1957), was an influential French fashion designer, probably best known as the founder of one of the worlds top fashion houses Dior. ... It has been suggested that Harajuku Lovers Live be merged into this article or section. ...

Discography

Stefani performing in November 2005. ... Love. ... The Sweet Escape is the second solo album by American pop–rock singer Gwen Stefani. ...

Tours

Gwen Stefani Harajuku Lovers Tour 2005 Gwens first solo tour in Noth America. ... The Sweet Escape Tour was American pop rock singer Gwen Stefanis second concert tour. ...

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DATE OF BIRTH October 3, 1969
PLACE OF BIRTH Fullerton, California, United States
DATE OF DEATH
PLACE OF DEATH
Image File history File links This is a lossless scalable vector image. ... Wikiquote is one of a family of wiki-based projects run by the Wikimedia Foundation, running on MediaWiki software. ... The All Music Guide (AMG) is a large, comprehensive and high quality metadata database about music. ... For the in-memory database management system, see In-memory database. ... MusicBrainz (MusicBrainz. ... MySpace is a social networking website offering an interactive, user-submitted network of friends, personal profiles, blogs, groups, photos, music, and videos. ... People is a weekly American magazine of celebrity and human interest stories, published by Time Inc. ... Love. ... The Sweet Escape is the second solo album by American pop–rock singer Gwen Stefani. ... What You Waiting For? is a dance-pop song written by Gwen Stefani and Linda Perry for Stefanis 2004 debut solo album Love. ... Rich Girl is a pop–hip hop performed by singer Gwen Stefani featuring Eve. ... Hollaback Girl is a pop song written by singer Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams for Stefanis debut solo album Love. ... Cool is a pop song written by Gwen Stefani and Dallas Austin for Stefanis debut solo album Love. ... This article is about the song. ... Crash is a pop rap song written by Gwen Stefani and Tony Kanal for Stefanis debut solo album Love. ... Wind It Up is a pop rap song written by Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams originally for inclusion on Stefanis Harajuku Lovers Tour 2005. ... Akon singles chronology The Sweet Escape is a pop song written by Gwen Stefani, Akon, and Giorgio Tuinfort for Stefanis second solo album The Sweet Escape (2006). ... 4 in the Morning is a pop song written by Gwen Stefani and Tony Kanal for Stefanis second solo album The Sweet Escape (2006). ... Damian Marley singles chronology Now That You Got It is a pop rap song written by Sean Garrett, Gwen Stefani, and Swizz Beatz for Stefanis second album The Sweet Escape (2006). ... For the camping equipment company, see Early Winters. ... South Side is a song by Moby. ... Gwen Stefani singles chronology South Side (2000) Let Me Blow Ya Mind (2001) What You Waiting For? (2004) Alternate cover UK CD 2 cover Let Me Blow Ya Mind is the second single from Eves second album, Scorpion. ... Can I Have It like That is the debut single from Pharrells debut album, In My Mind. ... Stefani performing in November 2005. ... For other uses, see No Doubt (disambiguation). ... L.A.M.B. is the name of the fashion line by rock singer Gwen Stefani, front-woman of No Doubt and successful solo artist. ... Harajukju Lovers is the name of a brand of apparel, fashion accessories, and (formerly) stationery of singer Gwen Stefani launched in 2005. ... Harajuku girls are women who wear a style of clothing that originated in the street culture of Osaka, Shibuya and Tokyo. ... It has been suggested that Harajuku Lovers Live be merged into this article or section. ... The Sweet Escape Tour was American pop rock singer Gwen Stefanis second concert tour. ... Gavin McGregor Rossdale (born 30 October 1967)[1] is a British musician most famous for being the lead singer and guitarist of the former British rock band, Bush, and later the lead singer and guitarist of Institute, which broke up in 2006 after only one album. ... For other uses, see No Doubt (disambiguation). ... Tom Dumont is an American guitarist and producer. ... Tony Ashwin Kanal (born August 27, 1970 in Kingsbury, London, England) is the bassist for the US band No Doubt. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... John Spence John Spence (3 February 1969–21 December 1987) was a founding member of the band No Doubt, along with Eric and Gwen Stefani. ... Eric Matthew Stefani (born June 17, 1967, in Fullerton, California) is an American pop musician, former Simpsons animator, and Grammy-nominated composer and writer. ... Stephen Bradley (born August 23, 1972 in Richmond, California) plays the trumpet and keyboard in the band No Doubt. ... Gabrial Gabe McNair ,(born September 8, 1973) is a multi-instrumentalist most famous for his work in No Doubt since 1993 as a Trombonist, Keyboardist, and Backing Vocalist. ... No Doubt is the self-titled debut album by pop/ska/rock band No Doubt, released 17 March 1992 on the Interscope Records record label (see 1992 in music). ... Beacon Street Collection is a self-produced album by ska punk band No Doubt, released in 1995 (see 1995 in music). ... Tragic Kingdom is the third album by third wave ska band No Doubt. ... Return of Saturn is the fourth album by ska punk band No Doubt, released in 2000 (see 2000 in music). ... Alternate cover Rock Steady is the fifth album by American third wave ska band No Doubt, released on Interscope Records in December 2001 (see 2001 in music). ... Trapped in a box of tremendous size It distorts my vision, it closes my eyes Attracts filthy flies and pollutes in the skies Sucks up our lives and proliferates lies Trapped in a box! Trapped in a box, four walls as skies Got a screen for a window bout two... Just a Girl is the first single from the breakthrough 1995 album, Tragic Kingdom, by No Doubt. ... Spiderwebs is a song by the American band No Doubt. ... Dont Speak is the third single from Tragic Kingdom, the third album by Californian third wave ska group No Doubt, released in late 1996. ... Excuse Me Mr. ... Sunday Morning was the sixth single released from third wave ska band No Doubts breakthrough album, Tragic Kingdom. ... New was the first single released from the No Doubt album Return of Saturn. ... Ex-Girlfriend is a rock song by No Doubt. ... Simple Kind of Life was the 3rd single from No Doubts fourth album Return of Saturn. ... Bathwater is the third and last single from No Doubts album Return of Saturn. ... See Hey Baby (Uuh, Aah) for the DJ Otzi song. ... Hella Good is a single by rock band No Doubt, taken from the album Rock Steady. ... Underneath It All is a pop song written by Gwen Stefani and Dave Stewart for No Doubts fourth album Rock Steady (2001). ... Running is the fourth and finale single to be released from their fifth album Rock Steady. ... Its My Life is a synthpop song written by Mark Hollis and Tim Friese-Greene for Talk Talks second album Its My Life (1984). ... The Singles 1992-2003 is a compilation album by American band No Doubt, and features the bands singles between 1992 and 2003, including a cover of Talk Talks Its My Life. The album was the bands final album to date (other than Everything in Time, which... Boom Box is a limited edition box set released by No Doubt in 2003 at the same time as their first compilation album, The Singles 1992-2003. ... Everything in Time is a compilation album comprised of B-sides, rarities, and remixes first released in 2003 by alternative rock band No Doubt. ... Live in the Tragic Kingdom is a video release from the band No Doubt, containing a recording of a concert filmed in Anaheim in the spring of 1997. ... No Doubt Rock Steady Live DVD No Doubt Rock Steady Live DVD Cover The Rock Steady Live DVD was recorded at a 2002 Long Beach Arena show, the concert features 17 songs, including all of the bands hits, plus additional live footage, band interviews, behind-the-scenes peeks and... The Videos: 1992-2003 is a DVD featuring all of No Doubts videos, as the title suggests, between 1992-2003. ... No Doubts main line-up at an October 2002 concert. ... Stefani performing in November 2005. ... is the 276th day of the year (277th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Also: 1969 (number) 1969 (movie) 1969 (Stargate SG-1) episode. ... Location of Fullerton within Orange County, California, U.S. Coordinates: , Country State County Orange Government  - Mayor Shawn Nelson Area  - City  22. ... This article is about the U.S state. ...

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Gwen Stefani - AskMen.com (1372 words)
Gwen Stefani, who is currently pregnant with her second child, says she and husband Gavin Rossdale have got "more romantic" since having son Kingston.
Gwen Stefani's platinum blond hair and bright red lipstick catches eyes, thanks to a style that is mostly of her own creation; Gwen designed most of the midriff-baring outfits she wore during her No Doubt days.
Gwen Stefani had been dating band mate Tony Kanal for seven years, but when he ended the relationship, she was devastated.
MuchMusic.com | Artists | Gwen Stefani (174 words)
For Gwen Stefani, that epiphany occurred as a high school senior in Orange County, California.
Gwen Stefani loves to write about her boyfriends.
And then Tony had to tour in support of Tragic Kingdom for several years, playing the songs on a nightly basis.
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