At the same time, No Doubt continued to ride the wave of success with their 2001 album, Rocky Steady. This album generated some of the highest charting singles for the band, including “Underneath It All” and “Hey Baby”. Both of these songs won Grammy Awards.
In addition to being the lead singer of No Doubt, Stefani launched a solo career, with her album, Love. Angel. Music. Baby, in the end of 2004. The album also referred to as L.A.M.B. moved to a slightly different musical style than Stefani’s previous works. It was a mix of new wave, electro and synthpop. Even though the reviews to her first solo album were mixed, it ended up at number seven on the US Billboard albums chart and sold 309,000 copies within the first week of its release. The album was a big commercial success as it reached a multi-platinum status in several countries. Singles such as “Rich Girl” and “Hollaback Girl” were massive successes. The latter became Stefani’s first US number-one single and sold more than a million copies via digital downloads.
Continued Success in Music
Gwen Stefani released her second studio album, The Sweet Escape, at the end of 2006. She worked with multiple artists on this album, including Perry, The Neptunes, Akon and Keane. The album saw a change in the typical sound of Stefani with more dance music than the previous albums. After the release of this album, Stefani embarked on her first tour called the Harajuku Lovers Live. The song The Sweet Escape earned Stefani a Grammy Award nomination for the Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals. The Sweet Escape Tour saw the artist perform in multiple locations, including Europe, Asia, Latin America and North America.
Following this tour, Stefani began working on a new album with No Doubt. This new album, called Push and Shove, peaked at number three on the US Billboard 200, with the lead single “Settle Down” peaking at number 34 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Since then, the artist has worked on several collaborations with the likes of Sia Furler, Adam Levine, Calvin Harris, Ryan Tedder, Benny Blanco and Noel Zancanella.
In the summer of 2017, Stefani announced that some new music was in the works with an intended release date towards the end of the year. She collaborated with artist Justin Tranter and Blake Shelton on this album. The album called, You Make It Feel Like Christmas, was released on 6th October 2017.
Film, Television and Other Ventures
In 2004, Stefani made her acting debut in Martin Scorsese’s, The Aviator. She also lent her voice to the main character in the video game, Malice, in 2004. Other than film, Stefani has also worked as a television personality. She joined the seventh season of The Voice as a coach, replacing pop star, Christina Aguilera.
Stefani has also ventured into fashion. She launched a fashion line called L.A.M.B in 2004, which was said to have influences of Jamaican, Japanese and Guatemalan styles. The clothing line received a lot of popularity and was also worn by big names such as Nicole Kidman and Teri Hatcher. Stefani soon expanded her fashion line to include items such as cellular phone charms, cameras and undergarments. In the summer of 2007, the pop artist launched a perfumed, called ‘L’, as a part of her L.A.M.B. collection. She also became the spokesperson for L’Oreal Paris in 2011 and collaborated with Urban Decay in 2016 to release a limited edition makeup collection.
Gwen Stefani Tour Tickets
If you want to get your hands on some Gwen Stefani tour tickets, you need to keep yourself updated about the latest in the musical plans of this pop queen. After having headlined three highly successful tours, a new tour might be in the working. Her last tour, This Is What Truth Feels Like Tour in 2016 was a massive success, receiving positive ratings from multiple sources, such as Entertainment Weekly, Rolling Stone, USA Today and Slant Magazine. With such amazing music, you really should not miss out on this opportunity to grab these Gwen Stefani tickets!