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  • Green Day's lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong spent hours on the Superdome field before sound check, playing football with his kids while donning a Saints helmet.

    And both bands added a local twist to their performances inside the Superdome. Armstrong fired up the crowd with his riff on the Animals' classic, singing, "There is a house in New Orleans, they call the Superdome ..."

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  • We can't tell you exactly where, we can't tell you exactly why, but if you're 21 years old or older and available tonight in Oakland, CA from 8PM-12AM PDT you may get a chance to attend the Bay Area Music Fan Appreciation Event. We have one ticket waiting for each of the first 20 Idiot Club members to email us.

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    September 20, 2011

    As part of Q Magazine's 25th anniversary year, Green Day has been featured on cover #2 of 25 special edition cover and interview! To celebrate, Q is launching a nationwide (UK) vote to determine The Greatest Act Of The Last 25 Years.

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  • If you’re in the Berkeley area, tune into KALX 90.7 FM this Wednesday, 9/21 from 8am-9am to catch an exclusive interview with Emily’s Army!

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  • Since storming out of the gates two decades ago as punk revivalists, Green Day have gone on to become one of rock’s most ambitious bands. Never resting on his laurels, frontman Billie Joe Armstrong continues to push the envelope with such opuses as 2005’s American Idiot and 2009’s 21st Century Breakdown. Always ready to speak his mind, Armstrong pulls no punches when it comes to addressing tough questions. In the following choice quotes, he talks about his favorite guitars, maintaining his youthful vigor, and what it means to be a punk artist.

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