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    November 01, 2011


    Green Day performed another surprise show at a small venue in San Francisco, Tuesday night.

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    October 31, 2011


    Billie Joe performs at Kennedy Center

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    October 29, 2011


    Check out these promotional commercials featuring Billie Joe.

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    October 27, 2011


    Band's second secret show this year was documented for film about upcoming album

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    October 26, 2011


    Van Hughes, the standby for the trio of broken buddy roles in Broadway's American Idiot, will play Johnny — also known as Jesus of Suburbia — in the national tour of the Green Day musical, producers announced on Oct. 26.

    Conceived and directed by Michael Mayer, who co-wrote the book with Green Day frontman/songwriter Billie Joe Armstrong, the musical borrows songs from the Grammy Award-winning rock album by Green Day to tell the story of three suburban slackers (Johnny, Will and Tunny) who take separate paths in post-9/11 America.

    Following a tech process and soft launch Dec. 21-22 in Utica, NY, the tour launches in Toronto with a Dec. 28, 2011-Jan. 15, 2012 engagement, followed by 14 U.S. markets.

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    October 25, 2011

    Green Day will be performing live on Thursday at NYC's Webster Hall Studio

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    October 24, 2011


    In this photo provided by Hard Rock Cafe, Steven Van Zandt, left, interviews Green Day band members Tre Cool, Mike Dirnt and Billie Joe Armstrong, left to right, during the 500th episode of Little Steven's Underground Garage radio show, Friday, Oct. 21, 2011, at a live show at Hard Rock Cafe in New York. (AP Photo/Hard Rock Cafe, Diane Bondareff)

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    October 24, 2011


    In rock and roll, singers get the attention, guitarists get the glory and bass players usually just have to show up. It's the drummers of the world who often put in the most effort for the least return, lugging ten times the equipment and playing twenty times as hard as the rest of the band. Occasionally, these specimens partake in the questionable practice of the extended solo. More often than not, drummers' greater contributions to songcraft come in the form of brief fills. To celebrate the percussive martyrs of the world, here are the six best drum fills. As always, feel free to let us know what we forgot in the comments.

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    October 24, 2011


    Every year, when we put out our annual Hottest Chicks in Hard Rock issue, we hear requests for a list of the Hottest Dudes in heavy music. So we have prepared this poll for you to tell us just who the sexiest of them all is. Below, we’ve started a short list of 16 of the guys you’ve told us are hot in the past, but, if you want, you can write in your own choice for other people to vote on, too. Who knows, we might just interview your top pick about his hotness.

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    October 24, 2011


    They played all their hits, delivered them perfectly, with everyone singing along. There were even rose petals showering the audience at the end of the gig - not exactly what you'd expect from Green Day

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/moslive/article-2051355/David-Bowie-Beyo...

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