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No Doubt confirms their 2009 tour

No Doubt confirms their 2009 tour

No Doubt confirms their 2009 tour

No Doubt have confirmed their 2009 tour.
The ska punk band, who have reunited with singer Gwen Stefani, will return
to the stage in May, and Stefani admits she can’t wait to hit the road and
have fun.
She said: “The whole reason for going on this tour was to have fun, try out
our favourite songs again and to get inspired to make new music. It feels
good to be together again.”
The band - Stefani, Tony Kanal, Adrian Young and Tom Dumont - are playing
shows in Canada and the US before heading to Europe later in the year.
Drummer, Young, 39, said: “Now that five years have passed, the excitement
level for us is extremely high. I feel like a kid again when rehearsing
these songs.”
It has been reported that Paramore will provide support on the tour, with
possible appearances from Grammy-nominated Janelle Monae and Canadian reggae
act Bedouin Soundclash.
Stefani - who recently gave birth to Zuma Nesta Rock, her second child with
husband Gavin Rossdale – recently insisted motherhood wasn’t going to stop
her from being a pop star.
The singer – who also has a two-year-old son Kingston with Gavin- said: "I
don't think we should wait. Pack up the babies and get a bunch of nannies.
So fun! Would be so inspiring to get out there and play all those songs














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