Billie Joe Armstrong: Idiot Savant. Green Day's enigmatic front man has taken one of his generation's anthems and made it into a Broadway show. He might land a Tony for his trouble. Look for Billie Joe on the cover of the new issue of OUT Magazine: HERE.
Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong — one of the most commercially successful punk-rock bandleaders in history — will have a chance to honor one of his genre's pioneers when he pays tribute to the Stooges at this year's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony, set for March 15. The show airs tonight on Fuse TV.
[Full article at MTV]
Green Day is excited to announce their upcoming 2010 US Tour with special guests AFI, will begin on August 3rd, 2010 at Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden, New Jersey. Stay tuned for a complete list of tour dates!
Harmonix rips up the stage at GDC.
by Levi Buchanan
showUSloc=(checkLocale('uk')||checkLocale('au'));document.writeln(showUSloc ? 'US, ' : ''); March 11, 2010 - Tonight at the Game Developers Conference, Harmonix raised the curtain on Green Day: Rock Band. Billed as the next band-specific release and not a full-fledged Rock Band sequel (Rock Band 3 was properly announced this week), Green Day: Rock Band features all three members of the band: vocalist Billie Joe Armstrong, bassist Mike Dirnt, and drummer Tre Cool.
Green Day: Rock Band features models of the band in their familiar
Check out the new trailer from Green Day: Rock Band featuring "American
See the trailer by going to http://www.facebook.com/RockBand, and also check
out screenshots from the game as well. Get the game June 8th on Xbox 360,
PlayStation 3 and Wii. Check out more info on the game by going to
AmericanIdiotBroadway.com, the Official Website for the upcoming Broadway version of American Idiot posted a new video featuring Billie Joe and director Michael Mayer: HERE.
Congratulations to Green Day who took home the Best Rock / Alternative / Heavy Metal International at the German Echo Awards: HERE.
MUHAMMAD Azfar Zulkifli was treated like a rock star on Saturday.
First, he was picked up from a hotel in Orchardin the evening for a 30-minute spin round town in a red Ferrari.
Then, the 12-year-old was dropped off at Hard Rock Cafe.
At 9.30pm, he strapped on his electric guitar and took to the stage with local band Enigma. They played two Green Day songs - Viva La Gloria and East Jesus Nowhere.
All this was made possible by the Make-A-Wish Foundation here. It aims to fulfil the wishes of children with life-threatening illnesses.
He was referred to it by the Children's Cancer Foundation
USA Network honored Green Day this year at their 'Character Approved Awards', Watch two short clips of Billie Joe: HERE.
Members of the cast of the new musical "American Idiot" were all smiles last night at Vanity Fair and USA Network's second annual Character Approved Awards in New York, where they performed songs from the show. The musical, based on the best-selling album by the alt-rock band Green Day, is moving to Broadway after completing a twice-extended, sold-out run at California's Berkeley Repertory Theatre.
"We're so excited," cast member Mary Farber said about the move. "I've never been a part of anything like this."
The young cast is a mix of Broadway newcomers and veterans, but those at the