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February 28, 2014
Green Day's Foxboro Hot Tubs side project, Cee Lo Green and Blondie will be partying with Rachael Ray at the syndicated TV hosts's seventh annual Feedback party during this year's South By Southwest Music Conference & Festival in Austin, Texas.
The free and open to the public daytime bash on March 15 at Stubb's BBQ -- one of SXSW's most anticipated events each year -- will feature 14 acts on three stages, with Foxboro Hot Tubs playing the venue's tiny indoor room at the band's behest.
February 26, 2014
It was one of those right place, right time situations. Chris Dugan and his partner, Willie Samuels, had been recording local punk, metal and assorted bands for a couple of years at their Nu-Tone Studio in Pittsburg, Calif. (east of Berkeley/Oakland), when their paths crossed that of the best-known rocker in the area—Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day. Armstrong had (and still has) his own record label, Adeline Records, and in 1999 he tapped Dugan to come to his home studio to record a few songs for a band he was producing, The Criminals. The resulting album, Burning Flesh and Broken Fingers,
February 26, 2014
GREEN DAY TO RELEASE 18-SONG DEMO COLLECTION, ENTITLED DEMOLICIOUS, ON VINYL IN CONJUNCTION WITH RECORD STORE DAY ON APRIL 19TH, 2014
SPECIAL EDITION FEATURES DEMOS RECORDED DURING SESSIONS FOR GREEN DAY ¡UNO!, GREEN DAY ¡DOS!, GREEN DAY ¡TRÉ! TRILOGY, PLUS PREVIOUSY UNRELEASED TRACK
"I can't think of any act or artist that carries this much weight with such a multi-generational fanbase today." - Consequence of Sound
February 25th, 2014 - LOS ANGELES, CA - Green Day will release Demolicious - a collection of 18 demos recorded at Jingletown Studios in Oakland, CA, in 2012 during the sessions
February 24, 2014
As the sun went down behind the Showground stands at Sydney’s Olympic Park, Soundwave headliners Green Day took to the stage. This was the band that most in the crowd had come to see. Finally, the main event had arrived!
The boys kicked things off with ’99 Revolutions’ before launching into ‘Know Your Enemy.’ The opening part of the show was frenetic. However, they did slow things down with ‘Boulevard of Broken Dreams’ and ‘Wake Me Up When September Ends.’ Old favourites ‘Longview’ and ‘When I Come Around’ got things going again and had the crowd jumping up and down like it was 1994.