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  • Billie Joe Armstrong says he became a rock fan as "soon as I opened my eyes and took my first breath"

    In December, when the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced that his band would be among its class of 2015, Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong had to go for a long walk just to process the news. "We're in incredible company and I'm still trying to make sense of this," he told Rolling Stone at the time. "The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has always held something special for me because my heroes were in there. This is a great time for us to sort of reflect and look back with gratitude."

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  • CLEVELAND, Ohio - The 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction ceremony is just few hours away, which means rehearsals are going on as I write this.

    Early word has Miley Cyrus potentially performing with Green Day, while Joan Jett is performing "Crimson and Clover" with Tommy James. Another big reveal is that Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day will likely hit the stage with Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney.

    In the rehearsals video below, you can see the trio playing the Beatles cover of the Shirelles' "Boys." Joe Walsh is off to the side watching.

    Full article at Cleveland.com: HERE

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  • CLEVELAND, Ohio - The Class of 2015 will enter the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame tonight. The ceremony is taking place 7:30 p.m. at Cleveland's Public Hall.

    A televised version of the ceremony won't air until May 30 on HBO. But you can follow along with all the action at Cleveland.com, as Ringo Starr, Green Day, Joan Jett and others are inducted. The list of performers and presenters includes Miley Cyrus, John Mayer, Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder.

    Reporters Troy L.

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  • Green Day Trash Can Bundle Set. Bundle includes all 14 T-Shirts plus Bonus Rock & Roll Hall of Fame T-Shirt and Limited Edition, Collectable Trash Can. All t-shirt graphics are hand drawn and inspired by the Dookie Album. 100% cotton, preshrunk to minimize shrinkage.

    Check it out at www.greendaystore.com

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  • "I feel like we've been through puberty together," said Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong toward the close of the band's joyous, marathon show at Cleveland's House of Blues last night. It was their first U.S. show in two years and much of the adoring throng was middle-aged guys and girls reveling in the soundtrack of their teenage years, many of whom came to the all-ages show with their kids. In town for Saturday's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony — they're being inducted into the Ohio institution alongside Joan Jett, Lou Reed, Ringo Starr, among others — the band tore through a

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