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  • In his recent Rolling Stone interview about addiction, meltdown and hard-won recovery, Green Day singer-guitarist Billie Joe Armstrong recalled a show in Austin, Texas in the late Nineties when he decided to stop worrying about his punk credibility and finally act like a rock & roll star onstage: to give his band and songs the showmanship they deserved in concert. It took liquid courage, he admitted – a step with distant, ultimately disastrous consequences. On...

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    March 16, 2013

    Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day and a lucky fan he brought on stage performs at the SXSW Music Festival on Friday, March 15, 2013 at ACL Live at Moody Theater in Austin, Texas. After nearly 25 years and 15 albums, the band kicks off a new world tour this month and is the subject of two documentaries that premiered Friday at the SXSW Film Festival.

    More photos at Dallas News:...

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  • There was really only conclusion to be made after watching Green Day perform on Friday night:

    Billie's back.

    Vocalist-guitarist Billie Joe Armstrong, whose substance abuse problems landed him in rehab and momentarily derailed his East Bay punk-...

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    Billie Joe, Mike and Tre grace the stage at SXSW film festival for the special double feature screening of films at the...

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  • Rockers Green Day make a stop at South By Southwest Music Festival in Austin, Texas, before tour. Frontman Billie Joe Armstrong, off a rehab stint, pogoed and belted out tunes with fervor.

    AUSTIN -- Billie Joe Armstrong and Green Day have some recent experience with Broadway but they were upstaged Friday night at South By Southwest.

    About two-thirds of the way through the two-hour concert at Austin City Limits Live's Moody Theater, the...

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  • Green Day announced they would make their South By Southwest debut on Friday, March 15th, two weeks prior to them hitting the road at a special double feature screening of films at the Paramount Theatre, the world premiere of Broadway Idiot and the Green Day documentary ¡Cuatro!. Later that...

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  • Stickup Kid, who are featured in our 100 Bands You Need To Know issue, have announced that they will be opening for Green Day today (March 15) at their SXSW...

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  • The Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong will write new songs for Yale Repertory Theater’s production of “These Paper Bullets,” a rock ‘n’ roll updating of “Much Ado About Nothing” that will have its world premiere next March, the theater announced on Thursday.

    Full article at NY Times: HERE

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  • Green Day is back!

    The band of rockers performed for a sold out crowd on Sunday for the first time since frontman Billie Joe Armstrong's onstage meltdown and resulting rehab stint last fall.

    The award winning musicians returned with a rock n' roll bang at the Fox Theater in Pomona, CA in preparation for their American tour.

    Even though Billie has admitted...

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  • Our 21st birthday celebration continues with 21 weeks of gifts for you! This week, we want to send you and a friend to see Green Day in San Francisco! Enter the X96 Workers Union at X96.com and listen for your name hourly from 9:05 to 4:05. If you hear your name, call us within 10 minutes and you’ll win a copy of Uno, Dos, and Tre! from Green Day and will be qualified for the trip to San...

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