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  • New Idiot Nation Contest!

    Hello members! I have a box of random prizes to give away to members! Prizing can include: - Guitar picks - Postcards - Cuatro Promo DVD -Awesome As F**k -Promo Copy of "Know Your Enemy" - Uno, Dos, or Tre on CD

    Login to enter now at Idiot Nation: HERE

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  • Joan Jett was honoured on the night with an award for 'Rocker of the Year', later taking to the stage with Armstrong to perform 'Don't Abuse Me' from her 1980 album 'Bad Reputation'. Watch footage of that beneath. The event - which raised money for music education and music-related schemes in America's public schools - also saw live performances from Alice Cooper, Brody Dalle, Bikini Kill's Kathleen Hanna teaming up with Beastie Boys' Ad-Rock, and more.

    Full article and video at NME: HERE

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  • The New York City Ebola scare wasn’t enough to halt the festivities for Bob Gruen’s 69th birthday on Thursday night. In honor of the legendary rock photographer, singer/songwriter Jesse Malin and Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong teamed up to play a secret set of covers at the tiny East Village bar 2A.

    In front of a packed crowd of Gruen’s specially invited friends and family, the two performed versions of songs such as the Clash’s “Jail Guitar Doors,” the Ramones’ “Sheena Is A Punk Rocker,” and Cheap Trick’s “Surrender.” The hour long show also included a string of special guests including

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  • Can you believe its been 25 years? Vote now: HERE

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  • Billie Joe with Joan Jett and Robin Zander of Cheap Trick, tonight at rehearsal for LITTLE KIDS ROCK BENEFIT tomorrow in New York City!

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  • The annual Little Kids Rock Benefit is the nation’s premier annual benefit event supporting music education in public schools, and has been Little Kids Rock’s largest fundraising event each year since 2009. That year, Clarence Clemons was honored for his devotion to helping Little Kids Rock build a world, via music, where children can lead rich, purposeful lives. Since then, millions of dollars have been raised, dozens of musical luminaries have come out to support, and hundreds of thousands of schoolchildren have received the transformational gift of music education.

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  • Now is your chance to take home a new Gibson Billie Joe Armstrong ES-137 guitar along with some hot Gibson accessories! As the premier punk rocker of his generation, Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong doesn’t compromise on style, tone or attitude. His signature guitar reflects just that – raw tone and that oozes style. In addition to this amazing guitar, you also receive a Gibson bar stool, a Gibson modern vintage guitar strap, a Gibson pure premium instrument cable, and a Gibson hoodie sweatshirt!

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    Warner Bros. Records have announced the series of vinyl singles and albums they will be releasing on November 28th, in honor of Record Store Day’s “Black Friday” celebration, which subverts the tradition of Black Friday by creating limited-edition pieces that are often numbered, and released by special independent record stores.

    The releases are below:
    Green Day: Tune In Tokyo; Transparent blue vinyl. Limited to 5,000
    This limited-edition 2001 live recording from Japan is available worldwide for the first time ever on transparent blue vinyl.

    More details at Planet Stereo: HERE

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  • On October 23, Billie Joe Armstrong will be joining the stage with Alice Cooper, Cheap Trick and more to honor Joan Jett at the Little Kids Rock Benefit at Hammerstein Ballroom. Funds will go toward supporting music education in public schools.

    Limited tickets are now on sale HERE with an exclusive $100 discount for Green Day fans, using promo code LKRFAN.

    Also, bid to play onstage with all the artists HERE.

    Follow Little Kids Rock on Facebook & Twitter. #LKR2014

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  • On the Red Carpet at MVFF37 - LIKE SUNDAY, LIKE RAIN - US Premiere from Mill Valley Film Festival on Vimeo.

    Monday, October 6 - Mill Valley Film Festival No. 37

    Eleanor (Leighton Meester), a working-class twenty-something from Oneida, is a bit down on her luck. After dumping her deadbeat musician boyfriend (Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong) by throwing his guitar out the window, she finds herself homeless, jobless, and friendless on the mean streets of Manhattan.

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