Starting with "Supervixen," the band — featuring former Nirvana producer Butch Vig on drums, Duke Erikson on guitar and Steve Marker on bass — performed most of its radio hits except for "Queer. The band — including guitarist Tom Dumont, bassist Tony Kanal and multi-instrumentalists Stephen Bradley and Gabe McNair — performed polished interpretations of ska, reggae, '80s synth rock and middle-of-the-road ballads, but it was their Technicolor pop sound that suited Stefani best. Musically, Garbage delivered a wall of industrial sound that melded itself into some very melodic pop songs. Drummer Adrian Young remained at his multicolored drum kit in the middle of the crowd while the rest of No Doubt retreated to the stage and performed "Sunday Morning" and an explosive "Ex-Girlfriend. The band kept up the pace until reconvening in the middle of the audience to perform several acoustic numbers, including "In My Head" and "Magic's in the Makeup.
Brinley. Age: 26.
Even though other female-fronted acts Garbage and the Distillers were also on the bill, it was a Gwen kind of night.
Aryana. Age: 23.
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Like Stefani, Manson was active and used the whole stage to sing and strut on. However, with songs about kinky activities and crossdressers and a solo roll or two on the floor of the stage, Manson added a more sexually expressive element to her band's set. In the context of Thursday's show, petite Garbage frontwoman Shirley Manson seemed like a smaller, yet darker, version of Stefani. The band emerged in the middle of the audience in front of the stage to start its set with a taut and funky "Hella Good" from its most recent album, Rock Steady.