Congratulations to Green Day who won the following awards at Spin's 25th Anniversary Readers Poll:
Best Album: Green Day, American Idiot - 38.5%
Best Song: "Good Riddance," Green Day - 43.8%
Best Live Act: Green Day - 38.9%
Hottest Sex God: Billie Joe Armstrong - 38.6%
New photos from Denver added to our online gallery: HERE.
It seemed as if the Green Day Twittyerverse was exploding between 8:30-11:15pm last night. Everyone that had a phone and two fingers was punching away furiously to friends, Facebook or Twitter about one of the best concerts of the decade. There were nearly a dozen “Oh my God, you’ll never believe what song Green Day is playing right now!” moments.
Yes, of course this sounds like an overstatement, but it was this feeling that swept the crowd during the show and stayed with us on our drive home. You don’t have to believe me, just search Twitter and you’ll see what I mean.
Billie Joe Armstrong and company reinforce their scrappy punk status at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, inviting fans to come on stage and sing along.
Heads up, Jerry Brown and Meg Whitman: You may be in for some unexpected company come November.
“I’m running for governor of California!” Billie Joe Armstrong revealed Tuesday night at Irvine’s Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, where Green Day played one of the final dates of its U.S. tour in support of last year’s “21st Century Breakdown.”
That this announcement came not long after the frontman declared (in slightly saltier language)
Billie Joe posts on Twitter:
American eulogy was the highlight! Arizona! Hot shit! I mean Ho as hell! We're in california. Woohoo.
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AOL MUSIC launched the first-ever “Sessions” taping by a Broadway show with the cast of the critically acclaimed AMERICAN IDIOT. “Sessions,” known for their exclusive and intimate (often acoustic or stripped down) performances of songs by popular musicians such as Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Bon Jovi and, of course, Green Day, filmed six numbers with the cast of AMERICAN IDIOT in the AOL New York Studios on Friday, August 20, 2010. To view the exclusive videos and photos, visit:
AOL MUSIC launched the first-ever “Sessions” taping by a Broadway show with the cast of the critically acclaimed AMERICAN IDIOT.
Covers of rock classics like Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven." Massive 20,000-person sing alongs. Pyro, confetti, and a beer-guzzling Drunk Bunny: Green Day's summer tour is a total blowout. And Saturday night in Denver it got even better: The Bay Area punks debuted a never-before-heard song. Watch video below.
The tune, "Cigarettes and Valentines," is a power-punk jam that sounds more like Green Day's ragtag roots than their rock operas of late (see American Idiot and 21st Century Breakdown). Which makes sense: According to Punk News the song was the title track from the band's
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