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  • Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong, just off a stint in rehab, segues from the punk band's performance at New York's Madison Square Garden to his musical American Idiot on Broadway in this world premiere, followed by a live performance. "Green Day's been to SXSW before, and they love it," says director Doug Hamilton.

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  • Best Rock/Alternative International album for ¡UNO!. More info: HERE

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  • Win a limited edition print by acclaimed artist Logan Hicks

    Acclaimed New York-based street and stencil art visionary LOGAN HICKS has announced Thin Veils And Heavy Anchors, a new solo showing of his work in Los Angeles, CA. Thin Veils And Heavy Anchors will debut at LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions) on March 8, 2013 and run through March 10, 2013, and marks a triumphant return for an artist whose works have been shown in Auckland, Cape Town, Shanghai, Taipei, and just about everywhere in between. Enter here now to win a limited edition print by the artist! For more info visit

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  • In 1988, Lookout! Records co-founder Larry Livermore walked into 924 Gilman Street in Berkeley, California and caught his first glimpse of Green Day. Billie Joe Armstrong was just 16 at the time and they were still playing under the name Sweet Children, but Livermore saw the potential and he added them to his label. The signing of Green Day is just one anecdote in Livermore's new book Spy Rock Memories, due out on June 4th via indie punk label Don Giovanni.

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  • Green Day rose out of the San Francisco punk rock scene of the late 1980s, but from the very beginning they had global ambitions. Despite the inevitable cries of "sell-out," the three-piece band signed to a major label in 1994 and released Dookie.

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