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  • GRAMMY winner Miranda Lambert discussed her forthcoming 56th GRAMMY telecast performance with Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong during rehearsals for the 56th GRAMMYs on Jan. 23 in Los Angeles. Lambert also discussed her plans to perform "It Might As Well Rain Until September" in tribute to Carole King at the 2014 MusiCares Person of the Year gala, among other topics.

    Music's Biggest Night will take place live on Sunday, Jan. 26, 2014, at Staples Center in Los Angeles and will be broadcast in high-definition TV and 5.1 surround sound on the CBS Television Network from 8–11:30 p.m.

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    January 25, 2014

    Follow Tre on Instagram:HERE

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  • Madonna has joined the already star-studded performance lineup at the Grammys on Sunday. Today, the Recording Academy confirmed the Material Girl's appearance along with several other performers: Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong will team with Miranda Lambert in tribute to the Everly Brothers' Phil Everly, who passed away earlier this month, and Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue will also perform.

    Last year, Armstrong teamed with Norah Jones to record the Everly Brothers tribute album Foreverly.

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    January 24, 2014


    Go behind the scenes with Green Day and the cast of American Idiot to see how they created a "thrilling and one of a kind musical experience!" Watch Broadway Idiot now on Vimeo On Demand ->->-> http://bit.ly/1b6By30

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    January 20, 2014

    San Francisco may have the rock clubs, but many of the region’s most famous bands formed on the city’s outskirts. The Grateful Dead congealed on the Peninsula, Creedence Clearwater Revival and Green Day got their starts in the East Bay, and Huey Lewis put a Mill Valley bar on the cover of his band’s most famous album.

    Our compilation of Bay Area rock landmarks above follows our previous take on S.F. landmarks. 

    Watch the slideshow at SF Gate: HERE

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  • From Idiot Nation:

    Want to see how our t-shirts get made? We were able to document the process of getting the design on the screen print layers, getting the paint mix ready, and the actual print process!

    Login to see all the photos at Idiot Nation: HERE

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    January 13, 2014

    AND WE'VE GOT POSTERS TOO... it's a pop-punk poster riot! Starring Neck Deep, A Day To Remember, All Time Low, Green Day, State Champs and blink-182.


    All of that and LOADS more is crushed into this week's issue of Kerrang!, on sale January 8.

    Check it out at Kerrang.com :HERE

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    January 12, 2014

    Eleven years ago this week, Aguilera reigned with her signature ballad. Plus, a look back at major moves by Green Day, Usher and Garth Brooks

     

    Your weekly recap of significant milestones from more than seven decades of Billboard chart history.

    Jan. 7, 1995
    Green Day crowns the Alternative Songs chart for a third time with "When I Come Around." The trio has added six more No. 1s since.

    Full article at Billboard: HERE

     

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  • When he was younger, Bob Gruen spent a lot of nights crawling around on the sticky floors of concert halls surrounded by screaming teenagers, just trying to get the perfect shot. One of the best-known rock ’n’ roll photographers, Gruen has taken iconic pictures of John Lennon, Led Zeppelin, the Clash, the New York Dolls, and Debbie Harry.

    The music business has changed a lot since then, but Gruen is arguably bigger than ever. Last year he was the subject of a Showtime documentary, Rock ’N’ Roll Exposed. His book, Rock Seen, is in its third printing.

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