1. Families camped out on the lawn in front of the Central Park Bandshell for a free concert performed by No Duh, the No Doubt tribute band
2. High-engergy performer Spen Gjormani, a.k.a. Heather E. Lounsbury, had a blast imitating No Doubt singer, Gwen Stefani
3. Bandmates Bony Yanow (a.k.a. EJ Curse) and Tom Doomee (a.k.a Randy Simer) add their musical talents to support Spen Gjormani
4. The crowd goes B-A-N-A-N-A-S for No Duh
On July 23, women in their 40s partied like it was 1994 as they relived their 20s through the No Doubt tribute band No Duh. The crowd went B-A-N-A-N-A-S for singer Spen Gjormani, a.k.a. Heather E. Lounsbury, who looked and sounded just like peak OC ska Gwen Stefani.
Hits like “Don’t Speak,” “Spiderwebs” and “Just a Girl” were especially big crowd pleasers, but the band also played some high-octane ’80s hits like Dexys Midnight Runners’ “Come On Eileen” and The Vapors’ “Turning Japanese.”
“The music of No Doubt is perfect for the sunshine,” said No Duh guitarist Bony Yanow, a.k.a. EJ Curse. “It’s great to do a show in the daytime where the kids are running around and the adults are having fun. We’re a good daytime band, but we can also rock with the best of them.”
— Shanee Edwards