While it may be hard to even envision sitting on the lawn of an amphitheater hill and catching one of your favorite rock bands under the sun and stars during these cold winter months, that doesn’t mean the touring season has stopped for most bands. In fact, most acts are continuing the promotion of their music in clubs and arenas across the country. As 2013 kicks off, we’re asking you which early year rock tour piques your interest the most. Vote Green Day: HERE
From Live 105:
All weekend long, we’re celebrating the return of Green Day with Tre Times the Fun!
Be caller #10 when we tell ya and you’ll score a copy of all three new Green Day albums, ¡Uno!, ¡Dos! and ¡Tre!
Plus one lucky winner will score a new guitar signed by all “tre” members of the band!
More info: HERE
From now until the end of time (or until too many people die for us to continue) DGT&G will be interviewing rock ‘n’ roll artists — famous, not-famous, and the vast numbers in between — and asking each the same five questions. Over time, their answers will become a repository of the heart of why people make rock music. Read on and enjoy…
Guess who showed up to watch The Walking Papers perform at The Independent in San Francisco one recent Sunday
Read the interview: HERE
LOS ANGELES, CA – December 31, 2012- Reprise Records’ multi-platinum Grammy®Award-winning Green Day today announced they would return to the road in 2013 and revealed the routing for their upcoming tour, which can be found below.
“We want to thank everyone for hanging in with us for the last few months,” said the members of Green Day. “We are very excited to hit the road and see all of you again, though we regret having to cancel more shows.”
Frontman Billie Joe Armstrong said, “Dear friends… I just want to thank you all for the love and support you’ve shown for the past few months.
Read the rest of Billie Joe's message on Instagram: HERE
Green Day bassist Mike “Dirnt” Pritchard earned his nickname by treating—or tormenting—his high school peers with bass jams that would make any proper headbanger proud. Nearly 25 years after forming Green Day, Dirnt is still doin' it. We talk tone and technique with the punk-pop powerhouse as the band preps to release the last installment of its trio of new albums, ¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, and ¡Tré!.
Order now: HERE
The high-energy Green Day musical American Idiot crossed the pond to the U.K., where the touring company has rocked cities including Cardiff, Wales, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dublin, Ireland, Manchester, Birmingham and London
Next the Idiots are coming home and continuing their travels across the United States, hitting such cities as Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Nashville, Chicago, San Diego and Las Vegas in coming months.
Full article at Playbill: HERE
For a full list of upcoming dates: HERE
Get your ¡TRE! Converse All Stars at Journeys: HERE
Look for Billie Joe in the upcoming Judd Apatow movie, "This is 40". The movie opens December 21st in North America.