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Gwen Stefani

Gwen’s musical journey began when she was only seventeen years old. Knowing her interest in music, and ska in particular, her brother Eric asked her to join a band that he had started with a friend. Gwen did, and the band was signed to the record label Interscope in 1991. The album that they released did not do well, and Interscope spoke of dropping them from their roster.

Beacon Street Collection was released in 1994 and did far better than the original album did. Eric Stefani left the band for other pursuits and Gwen had suffered a fairly catastrophic heart break. Her collection of songs became the band’s third album, “Tragic Kingdom”. That album earned the band two Grammy nominees and remained at the number one spot for quite awhile.

Return of Saturn in 2000 and Rock Steady the following year did well, spawning many number one hits for the band No Doubt, but Gwen was ready for a change in musical genres and the rumors were swirling that her band mates were becoming jealous of the attention that she received.

In 2002, Gwen married Gavin Rossdale and then released her solo musical project, “Love. Angel. Music. Baby” She branched out into clothing and handbag design, and also signed on for perfume print ads. Ever busy, Gwen then appeared as Jean Harlow in the movie, The Aviator and released a second solo album, Wind It Up. Along with giving birth to a son, Gwen also designed and endorsed several “Gwen Stefani” dolls that feature high fashion clothing.

Gwen seems to have been born in the wrong era, wearing her platinum hair in styles most commonly seen in the 1940’s. She has also worn it with streaks of pink. The lengths have changed over the years, but the basic color remains the same.





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