After popping out a baby, or two, and making a lot of money of several solo and collaboration pop songs, Gwen Stefani decided it was time to get together with her original band and go back on tour. The Orange County corporate punk rockers do not have a new album (although they do have a new song or two that be yours for a price, read below) but they are going on tour anyway.
And they promise to give a little back to their fans who fork over top dollar to hear them rock out. Fans who buy premium seats online to No Doubt's upcoming concerts will get a download of the group's entire catalog, plus a new song from the reunited band. That is actually pretty cool.
The offer applies to tickets in the $80 to $106 range for most shows. An announcement by the band says fans would get No Doubt's entire seven albums digitally plus a new song, "Stand and Deliver."
Fans who buy cheaper seats won't get in on the deal, which will be available until 30 days after the tour ends.
Tickets go on sale Saturday.