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    Gang Green and Green Day are ready to play together.

    The New York Jets said Friday the band will play during the team's regular-season opener Sept. 13. The Jets face the Baltimore Ravens in the Monday night game at New Meadowlands Stadium.

    Green Day will perform "Last of the American Girls" with the Broadway cast of the Tony Award-winning rock musical "American Idiot." The halftime show will finish with fireworks.

    The guitarist Slash and Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger will play during a tailgate concert outside the stadium. Scherzinger will sing the national anthem.


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  • Green Day has come a long way from "Dookie," tackling increasingly serious subject matter as it pushed into its second decade with acclaimed albums "American Idiot" and "21st Century Breakdown." As they engaged the crowd in a massive mud fight at the Woodstock 25th anniversary festival in 1994, who in their right mind would have guessed that the Bay area pop punks would one day serve as the inspiration for a Broadway musical?

    That doesn't mean that the band has abandoned its roots.

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  • American Idiot, La Cage aux Folles, A Little Night Music, Fela!, Memphis, Million Dollar Quartet, The Addams Family and Promises, Promises are among the new Broadway shows that will perform at the popular outdoor concert series Broadway in Bryant Park. Other long-running musicals such as Next to Normal, Wicked, South Pacific and In The Heights will also appear at the midtown Manhattan park, as well as the off-Broadway shows Stomp and Nunsense.

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    August 10, 2010

    What's It Like To Sing With Green Day At Lollapalooza? Dan Michie Knows

    'The entire time, I wasn't even thinking,' super-fan tells MTV News of performing 'Longview' with the band.

    It's been a fixture at recent Green Day shows for the band to pick a hyperventilating fan out of the crowd and have them sing "Longview," but rarely — if ever — do they perform the song as mightily as 17-year-old Dan Michie, who wowed fans with his rendition (and boundless enthusiasm) during the band's Saturday night set at Lollapalooza.

    In fact, Michie ruled the stage to such an extent that MTV News tracked

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