A very nice addition to anyone's Green Day collection, this book features art inspired by the songs from Green Day's 21st Century Breakdown.
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Submit your info below and enter for your chance to win tickets to Green Day at the LA Memorial Sports Arena on April 18th! You’ll also qualify to present the show, which means you’ll get the best seats in the house for you and 9 friends, your own dressing room, a signed guitar right off Billie Joe’s back, and you’ll even get to introduce the band to thousands of screaming fans!
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Green Day's '99 Revolutions Tour' is hitting Southern California. This show is sponsored by KROQ and will be on April 18, 2013 at the LA Memorial Sports Arena. Fan Club members will get first access to presale tickets tomorrow, Feb 20 at 9:00am PST.
PRESALE - WED FEB 20- AT 9:00AM PST
LA MEMORIAL SPORTS ARENA
LOS ANGELES, CA
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You asked for it! We are now accepting questions on the Idiot Club forum for Mr. Tre Cool! Make 'em good because he's gonna be answering them! The top 10 best questions will be selected and forwarded to Mr. Cool to answer and be posted on IdiotClub.com. Post your best questions on the sticky thread in the Idiot Club forum by Monday, February 18th before we close it. Good luck!
The winners were revealed tonight (Sunday 17 February) of the annual Whatsonstage.com Awards, the only major prize-giving for theatre voted for purely by the ticket-buying public.
Over 60,000 people took part in the voting for the 2013 Awards, which recognised the stage achievements of some of the biggest names in the worlds of theatre, film and music.
The TICKETS.COM Best Regional...
Green Day’s teaming up with Tickets-for-Charity® to give fans access to newly-released tickets in the first 10 rows for all U.S. iUNO!, iDOS!, iTRE! tour dates to benefit great charitable causes.
Each ticket will support two organizations close to the band doing important environmental work on the local and global front, the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and Rob Machado Foundation, and a charity of your choice.
Seeing a band or artist you like in a movie is always a surreal experience, perhaps because you’re close to their music and understand them as a “real person,” then bang! Hollywood magicks them into a character and suddenly it’s weird, maaan. Here are ten clips of musician movie appearances we put together for your Wednesday leisure-time viewing pleasure. What are your favorite musician movie appearances?
In this deleted scene from This Is 40, Billie Joe Armstrong makes a cameo as himself and meets with Pete (Paul Rudd), an owner of a small record label, to discuss a music project that won't sound anything like Green Day. He says he wants to blend Norwegian death metal with Belle And Sebastian-style music. He jokes that he "sells too many records" and that he wants to change that.
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