HOT GALLERY: From No Doubt to Sugar Ray, See Where These ’90s Hitmakers Are Today!Whether you busted out your bra straps and track pants and banged around to No Doubt’s “Just a Girl” or put down your convertible top and blasted through your painful breakup to Alanis Morissette’s “You Oughta Know,” the '90s produced a treasure trove of various hitmakers. Come with Snakkle as we catch up with some of our favorites now! By Erin Fox
Oh, Sarah… your music was “better than ice cream” back in the ‘90s. Seriously, we couldn’t turn on the radio without hearing, “Building a Mystery,” “Adia,” “Sweet Surrender” and the ever-haunting “Angel” from her most successful album, Surfacing (1997). Sarah piggy-backed off her success to showcase other amazing female artists when she founded the Lilith Fair tour in 1997. The tour lasted 4 summers and was revived briefly in 2010. She has won three Grammys for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for "Building a Mystery" and again for the live version of "I Will Remember You." She was also awarded Best Pop Instrumental Performance in for "Last Dance."
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