April 18, 2013
April 18, 2013
New tour date added!
Sunday July 7th - Montreux Festival, Switzerland
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April 17, 2013
Billie Joe Armstrong acted like a man with a new lease on life.
The Green Day leader was joyful, energetic and full of passion during his East Bay punk-pop band's sold-out concert at the Greek Theatre. He was happy to be home and performing for the first time in years in Berkeley. Heck, he was just happy period.
"We're all alive," he exclaimed to the 8,500 fans in attendance. "We're all still (expletive) alive!"
What we were witnessing in that moment was a man who had learned, perhaps the hard way, the importance of taking time to smell the roses.
"With so much scary (expletive) going on
April 16, 2013
Green Day's American Idiot on red and black swirl vinyl.
Hot Topic exclusive! Order: HERE
April 15, 2013
New photos from Providence, Toronto, Quebec City at Idiot Nation: HERE
April 15, 2013
Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day takes a photo with a fan onstage at Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Canada on April 11th, 2013.
WASHINGTON - He may have only been about 2 years old when the song came out, but 12-year-old Davis Gestiehr stole the show at the Patriot Center when Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong invited him onstage to sing "Longview."
Full article at WTOP.com: HERE
April 11, 2013
Green Day perfrom at the Barclays Center in New York City on April 7th, 2013.
EAST LANSING, MI -- Based on Green Day’s Grammy Award-winning multi-platinum album, "American Idiot," the Broadway hit of the same name comes to the Wharton Center starting tomorrow, Tuesday, April 9.
The show tells the story of three lifelong friends forced to choose between their dreams and the safety of suburbia.
MLive was able to chat with Alex Nee, who plays Johnny in the show. Here's what he had to say about his early love of Green Day, the stage and more.
For tickets or more info visit www.whartoncenter.com
Early in most musicals, you’ll find an “I want” song. Belle wants “adventure in the great wide somewhere.” Tevya tells us, musically, that he wants to be a rich man and Eliza Doolittle sings of that enormous chair in a mythical room “far away from the cold night air.” The list goes on.
It makes perfect sense, though, that the title anthem for the musical “American Idiot” (the tour of which blasted into Clowes Hall April 2-7) starts with the entire cast singing about what they don’t want.
“Don’t want to be an American Idiot,” rages Johnny (Alex Nee) and his cohorts. “Don’t want a nation under the new media.
Johnny’s crew (there’s nobody older or younger in sight) has no idea what they want to do with their lives, only what they don’t want to do. They don’t want to live in suburbia. They don’t want to be like their parents. They don’t want to take whatever is shoved on them by TV.