Billie Joe Armstrong, From Green Day To Broadway @ NPR: here. Listen now!
In partnership with the City of New York, the United States Navy and Fleet Week Committee, The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum will celebrate the 23rd annual Fleet Week, May 26–May 31, 2010. Fleet Week is America’s tribute and “thank you” to the men and women who serve in the armed forces.
Most Fleet Week activities will be held at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum on Pier 86 (46 Street and 12 Avenue, Manhattan). Included in the week's festivities are cast performances by 5 new Broadway shows.
Green Day makes the cover of Big Cheese Magazine - Issue 123, follow the link to pre-order your copy today!
Congratulations to American Idiot for taking home 2 awards at the 2010 Broadway.com Audience Awards:
Favorite Leading Actor in a Broadway Musical: John Gallagher Jr.
Favorite Ensemble Performance
Billie Joe was interviewed by Terry Gross for NPR’s Fresh Air. The piece will run tomorrow, Thursday, May 27.
Broadcast Times for NYC:
WNYC-AM 820 New York Mon - Fri, 08:00PM-09:00PM
WNYC-FM 93.9 New York Mon - Thu, 03:00PM-04:00PM
For all other broadcast times and more information visit: www.npr.org
Look for Billie Joe on the cover of the May 29th issue of KERRANG! Magazine: HERE.
HDNet Concert Series Rocks Out With Green Day This Sunday, May 30 at 8:30 p.m. ET
The Multi-Grammy® Award Winning Rock Band debut this Sunday on HDNet
DALLAS, May 26 /PRNewswire/ -- HDNet Concert Series presents, "Green Day Live at the Fox Theatre" this Sunday, May 30 at 8:30 p.m. ET.
In this classic Green Day performance, the band returns to the stage for the first time since their multi-award winning album, "American Idiot."
The concert is a live performance of their album, "21st Century Breakdown," which won the
Dookieheads (that's what Green Day fans are colloquially referred to, right?) who downloaded the two-track Green Day: Rock Band demo from Xbox Live Marketplace today (gold subscribers only) found a little bonus waiting for them when they exited the demo: The teaser image posted above. Alongside the series' four iconic instrument logos is a whole new symbol, which seems to indicate that keyboards (or perhaps ... keytars?) will be added to Rock Band 3.
You can check out the demo, which includes the songs "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" and "Welcome to Paradise," to see the teaser