On the Road: No Doubt

No Doubt return to the stage for the first time in three years with 'Return of Saturn'

March 30, 2000
No Doubt perform during the 'Return of Saturn Tour.'
No Doubt perform during the 'Return of Saturn Tour.'
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Off the road since '97, Gwen Stefani and pals will weave their spider web of ska-tinged rock on an eleven-date tour in support of their new Return of Saturn. "We want to reconnect with our audience in more-intimate venues," says bassist Tony Kanal, "where we can feel the energy and smell the sweat." No less fragrant is life on the bus. "It's a lot of sharing," admits Kanal, "especially bodily gases and odors."

Chicago, March 24; Pontiac, MI, March 25; Boston, March 29; Philadelphia, March 30; Atlanta, April 1; Orlando, April 3; Washington, D.C., April 5; New York, April 6; Los Angeles, April 14; San Francisco, April 15.

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