TUCSON – The Pride of Arizona Marching Band is feeling “hella good” after their performance for the University of Arizona Band Day caught the attention of a few “different people.”
On Oct. 26, the Pride of Arizona Marching band took the field to show Arizona their latest show, dubbed “The Music of No Doubt.” Featuring music from the iconic 90’s rock band featuring Gwen Stefani, this year’s show paid tribute to the beloved band while bringing attention to the struggles of overcoming addiction.
Their arrangement included the band’s iconic songs, Tragic Kingdom, Don’t Speak, Hella Good and Just A Girl.
My mind is blown! Hearing Tragic Kingdom arranged like this is a reminder what a genius Eric Stefani is as a writer & for starting @nodoubt ❤️ I walked around the house after wondering if I was in a dream ✨ Thank u @prideofarizona for this incredible performance! ??? gx https://t.co/23Fzs1Q2Hj
— Gwen Stefani (@gwenstefani) November 6, 2019
After hitting Youtube on Oct. 28, No Doubt guitarist Tom Dumont and bassist Tony Kanal went to Twitter to share their thoughts on the UArizona band’s musical set.
Yeah this pretty incredible, I really love it. https://t.co/KqSOjImZAb
— Tom Dumont (@TomDumont) October 30, 2019
In Kanal’s post on Twitter, he said he was “floored watching this. Total goosebumps and so many memories of zero-period marching band practice on the football field.”
The bassist even went on to show his gratitude to the band for making this tribute.
— Tony Kanal (@TonyKanal) November 2, 2019
After these comments, there is no doubt that the Pride of Arizona is not just a band.