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IDIOT NATION EXCLUSIVE: Win Green Day Postcards

on February 05, 2014

From Idiot Nation:

Idiot Nation Members! We have four screen printed postcards to giveaway to some lucky winners! These postcards were designed by Chris Bilheimer and were used to mark the American Idiot Tour of 2005. 

Enter at Idiot Nation: HERE

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'Dookie' at 20: Billie Joe Armstrong on Green Day's Punk Blockbuster

on February 03, 2014

"Back then, I just wanted to write songs I could be proud of and be able to play in five years," Green Day singer-guitarist Billie Joe Armstrong says, recalling his state of mind exactly 20 years ago – on February 1st, 1994, the day his band's third album and big-record-deal debut, Dookie, was released. He has another, earlier memory, just after Green Day got their advance money from Reprise Records, part of the Warner Bros. company, which issued Dookie and is still Green Day's label.

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KERRANG! MAGAZINE - JANUARY 29

on February 02, 2014

OH, AND WE'VE GOT AWESOME POSTERS TOO... it's a Dookie poster special! As Green Day's record hits 20 years old, we celebrate with SIX amazing posters of Billie Joe and the gang from this golden era.

Check it out: HERE

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Green Day's 'Dookie' at 20: Classic Track-By-Track Review

on February 02, 2014

Quick histories of punk rock often highlight the immortal class of 1977 (Pistols, Clash, Ramones) and then jump to the crossover success of Nirvana and Green Day in the 90s. That's entirely misleading, overlooking an multitude of amazing punk and post-punk albums in between, but there's a reason "Dookie" remains such a landmark. For those well-versed in Fugazi, the Replacements and everything in between, punk never went anywhere. But for major labels and the music biz at large, "Dookie" forced the powers that be to once again pay attention to punk rock.

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‘American Idiot’ to rock Merrill Auditorium

on January 30, 2014

“AMERICAN IDIOT”

WHEN: 8 p.m. Feb. 6

WHERE: Merrill Auditorium, 20 Myrtle St., Portland

HOW MUCH: $45 to $60, Merrill box office or PortTix; 842-0800; porttix.com

INFO: portlandovations.org

More ticket info: HERE

 

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