No Doubt photo. Digital image. Bing
As No Doubt celebrated their 24th Tragic Kingdom birthday, a couple of days ago, on October 10, there were hints of a possible reunion. On Instagram, Gwen Stefani posted, “Celebrating 24 years of Tragic Kingdom. Thank u for listening gx.” Drummer, Adrian Young, posted on his page, “Let’s do some shows to celebrate the 25th next year!” Trumpet players Stephen Bradley and Gabrial McNair also responded to the post, saying, “Fun times. I’m so into celebrating! 25!” Even actress, Reese Witherspoon responded, “Don’t speak was my song!”
The No Doubt boys, Tom Dumont, Tony Kanal, and Adrian Young, are currently in their new band, Dreamcar.
Since 1992, No Doubt has released 6 albums: No Doubt (1992), The Beacon Street Collection (1995), Tragic Kingdom (1995), Return of Saturn (2000), Rock Steady (2001), and Push and Shove (2012).
Gwen Stefani has recently finished up her “Just A Girl” tour in Las Vegas, Nevada. No Doubt’s last tour was in 2015, at the Las Vegas’s Rockin’ Rio. According to the band, 2015 was supposed to be their last tour.
Fans are still waiting for an answer, but for now, we will just keep our hopes up for the 2020. If the answer is no, “Don’t tell me, ‘cause it hurts!”