There was no shortage of highlights at the second CBS Radio We Can Survive concert, which took place at the Hollywood Bowl on Oct. 24.
The whole thing feels like like “Hollaback Girl” by way of Coldplay.
Gwen Stefani’s new single, “Baby Don’t Lie” isn’t quite bananas, B-A-N-A-N-A-S, but it is a welcome surprise.
Apparently Stefani is also working on new material for No Doubt, who last released an album in 2012.
New judges kick off “The Voice” premiere with amazing take on the No Doubt smash.
CBS Radio is happy to announce the return of We Can Survive on October 24, 2014!
Sure, Blake Shelton can judge, but can he lip-sync? All was revealed last night.
The piano-laden track is a duet with Gwen Stefani, frontman Adam Levine’s Voice co-star who scored the only guest spot on V.
“We’re very happy to officially announce that two superstars will be joining the next season in these coaches’ chairs: Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefani will be added to the Voice family,” Carson Daly announced.
The Voice will be adding more star power to its judges panel, according to a report by Us Weekly.
Pharrell Williams used his solo set as a career-spanning showcase, touching on his string of chart-topping collaborative hits from last year (namely Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” and Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines”) to a show-stopping revue of his chart history
Gwen Stefani has been keeping mum about her baby bump, that is until now.
The “Hollaback Girl” singer has teamed up with renowned “denim expert” Michael Glasser to launch a new clothing line called DWP, i.e. “Design With Purpose,” due in stores this spring.
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Fans were really psyched when the new No Doubt video came out last Friday. But after a whirlwind of controversy over the band playing dress-up as cowboys and Indians, the band has pulled the clip and apologized for offending anyone.
Some artists may not want to publicly announce who they are voting for, but public records don’t lie.
The singer said her life as a mom made juggling the recording process difficult.
To celebrate today’s release of No Doubt’s new album, Push And Shove, the Anaheim, CA quartet has released a video for the title track.
“We’re starting to rehearse…which is really exciting and hard but hilarious at the same time. I’ve been doing the set and — Tony calls it Jazzercising,” Stefani laughs.
No Doubt’s Gwen Stefani On Releasing Push And Shove: “Unread Right For Process Alaska” (Google Transcription Fail)
Google’s automated transcription turns No Doubt’s otherwise serious behind-the-scenes webisode into a laugh-out-loud comedy.
“‘We gotta write the prom song, come on!’ You know? That feeling of that slow dance,” Gwen Stefani says of the band’s new album.
These stars made it easy to copy their style by creating their own fashion lines.
Back after 11 years, the band beg music fans to give their upcoming release an attentive listen.
Gwen Stefani reveals how she came to have a playdate with the First Lady.
Gwen Stefani and the boys are gearing up to herald the much-anticipated return of professional football with a performance at the 2012 NFL Kickoff game.
“His technique and ability is just mind blowing! The idea of him working with us on this record is classic,” said Gwen Stefani of working with El Mac on the Push And Shove album art.
No Doubt are not only unafraid of remixes, but the foursome from Anaheim have reached out to top name producers to rethink the band’s first single, “Settle Down.”
Gwen Stefani decides to hang up her solo act dancing shoes as she regroups with No Doubt and takes some musical direction from Prince.