History of Gwen Stefani and No Doubt: Profile of the 'Just A Girl' Band
Hailing from Anaheim, California, No Doubt is a ska/rock band that formed in 1986. Following the suicide of the band’s original vocalist, Gwen Stefani stepped up to the mic. The 1995 album "Tragic Kingdom" was their breakthrough record, and it featured a host of catchy songs and tracks that chronicled the breakup of Stefani’s and fellow bandmate Tony Kanal’s seven year relationship. Tensions surfaced once Stefani started getting much of the attention, but they kept cranking out hits on albums like "Return of Saturn" and "Rock Steady." After a long hiatus, the band released new music in 2012 with "Push and Shove," and fans couldn’t have been happier. In this video, WatchMojo.com learns more about the history of No Doubt.