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  • Show brought in nearly $800,000 in its opening week.

    Green Day can add another notch to their studded belts: the Berkeley, California-bred pop-punk trio are now officially Broadway kings. According to Variety, the group's "American Idiot" musical had a solid debut near the top of the Great White Way money chart last week, with sales dramatically up thanks to mostly positive reviews.

    After opening last Tuesday, the musical treatment of the band's landmark 2004 album brought in a hefty $777,860 during the week ending Sunday.

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  • New photos added from Foxboro Hot Tubs gig at Bowery Electric: HERE.

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    April 26, 2010

    Look for Billie Joe featured in the new Accoustic Rock magazine: HERE.

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    April 25, 2010

    News from the Nikki Sixx Twitter Page:

    Billie Joe Armstrong from Green Day on Sixx Sense Monday.Cool way to start off the week….Nikki

    Listen live tonight at 7pm at Sixxsense.com

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    April 25, 2010

    Over the course of the more-than-two-hour performance, the Hot Tubs performed their entire 2008 album, “Stop, Drop and Roll,” including the somewhat well-known “Dark Side of Night.” Not ignoring their alter-egos entirely, they did deliver “covers” of Green Day’s “Blood, Sex and Booze” and “Saint Jimmy.” One of my favorite moments was an unexpected, whimsical rendition of The Penguins’ 1954 doo-wop hit “Earth Angel.” (See video.)

    The raucous, beer-drenched concert included its share of theatrics, with repeated waves of crowd surfing by both band members and audience.

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