Last night, Gwen was invited to join The Rolling Stones for a special duet of "Wild Horses" at The Staples Center in Los Angeles. This was the opening night of the band's "50 & Counting Tour," and the official announcement of Gwen's surprise appearance occurred during soundcheck yesterday via The Rolling Stones official Twitter account.
Couldn't make it to the show? Get exclusive backstage and live photos from the event right here.
No Doubt is proud to announce their involvement with Global Citizen in an effort to help fight extreme poverty worldwide. The band, along with dozens of other artists, hope to create awareness through this campaign and create change for a better world.
Global Citizen is a website that revolves around a simple premise: that every person can play a role in realizing the end of extreme poverty. There are currently over 1.3 billion people worldwide living in extreme poverty and Global Citizen work to find effective ways to create change and take action as individuals and a community.
Register now and earn points for the chance to win concert tickets in your town from participating artists. All actions are located at the bottom of each page on the Global Citizen website, so look out for the chance to earn points.
Every person can play a role in realizing the end of extreme poverty, so take action and make an impact. Register today!
I recently unveiled ’ZORA,’ my collaboration with guitar builder Grover Jackson of GJ2 Guitars, at the 2013 National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Conference in Anaheim, CA. For the past year I’ve been playing GJ2 Guitar prototypes during performances on television and at No Doubt’s ‘Seven Night Stand’ in LA, but this was the first official unveiling of the production model “ZORA.” -TOM
The band has signed and donated a guitar to an online auction benefitting fellow musician Frank Ruffino, legendary guitarist of the OC punk band China White. Frank was recently diagnosed with liver cancer and has spent the majority of this year in and out of hospitals. He is currently residing at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida, awaiting a liver transplant.
All proceeds from this auction will go directly to the Frank Ruffino Benefit Fund, which will provide medical and living expenses during his liver transplant surgery and post-surgery recovery.
First off, thank you to everyone that entered! All of the videos were incredible and it was rad to see people putting their own spin on the song. After going through each video at least twice, it literally came down to a coin toss to pick the grand prize winner. Tough decision!
To celebrate the 18th anniversary of The Beacon Street Collection, No Doubt's good friend Eric Keyes has put together a live video of "Snakes" from the band's concert at Cal Poly Pomona on April 17, 1993. No Doubt performed two shows on that date, the first being at USC's Annual "Spring Fest" and a second concert in the evening at Cal Poly Pomona.
The setlist from the band's 2nd show on this date 20 years ago was:
1.) BND 2.) Let's Get Back 3.) Get on the Ball 4.) Different People 5.) Sinking 6.) That's Just Me 7.) Ache 8.) Tragic Kingdom 9.) Sometimes 10.) Include Me 11.) Snakes 12.) Excuse Me Mr. 13.) Squeal 14.) Move On 15.) Doormat 16.) Trapped in a Box 17.) Sad For Me
Check out another video from No Doubt's concert at Cal Poly Pomona in 1993. Watch "Get On the Ball" live right here.
Click below to watch another NoDoubt.com exclusive live video of "Happy Now?" from the band's "Seven Night Stand" in Los Angeles last year. No Doubt performed the song, from their 1995 album Tragic Kingdom, on both November 24 and December 2 during the run.
Watch more live videos from No Doubt's "Seven Night Stand" using the playlist right here.