The war between No Doubt and video game maker Activision is over. Less than two weeks before a trial was to begin regarding No Doubt's displeasure over the use of their likenesses in the game 'Band Hero,' the parties resolved their dispute out of court, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
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No Doubt are delivering hard to their loyal fans, old and new. The California-based band may be one of the biggest on the planet in the last 20 years, but they remember their SoCal roots — and they’re getting back to them with a mini-residency in promotion of ‘Push and Shove,’ which hits shelves Sept. 25.
No Doubt cover the fall music preview issue of Billboard. Since ‘Push and Shove’ is their welcome and long-awaited return to making rock music after a lengthy hiatus that saw Gwen Stefani detouring with a pair of successful solo records and trying her hand at divadom, it makes sense! But she’s back in the No Doubt driver seat and covering the issue, complete with No Doubt-style checkered border an
When a group’s lead singer has success with solo projects, they typically leave their former bandmates in the rearview mirror (just ask Destiny’s Child and ‘N Sync about that). But Gwen Stefani is different. After releasing two popular albums, the No Doubt frontwoman could’ve very easily carried on as a solo act — but she says those days are behind her now.
In the half-hour E! special where they premiered their new video for ‘Settle Down,’ all four members of No Doubt sat down for a chat with Ryan Seacrest, he of the Jennifer Lopez-is-leaving-’American Idol‘ scoop. The band spoke about having lots of children — their progeny equals nine at this point — and remaining in one another’s personal lives, despite their musical moratorium.
The first few days of January were tough ones for the members of No Doubt. One of their most devoted fans Amy Pepper passed away right around the New Year. The band was so saddened to hear of her death, that they posted a special tribute message on their official website.