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    Green Day's Foxboro Hot Tubs to Rock Rachael Ray's SXSW Party
    February 28, 2014

    Green Day's Foxboro Hot Tubs side project, Cee Lo Green and Blondie will be partying with Rachael Ray at the syndicated TV hosts's seventh annual Feedback party during this year's South By Southwest Music Conference & Festival in Austin, Texas.

    The free and open to the public daytime bash on March 15 at Stubb's BBQ -- one of SXSW's most anticipated events each year -- will feature 14 acts on three stages, with Foxboro Hot Tubs playing the venue's tiny indoor room at the band's behest. (Green Day performed at last year's SXSW and also launched "Broadway Idiot" at the SXSW Film Festival). Filling out the bill are Yelawolf, Cody Chestnutt, Allen Stone, Har Mar Superstar, Spanish Gold, the Wild Feathers, the Last Internationale, Bad Suns, Jamestown Revival, traditional show-opener Bob Schneider and the Cringe, which is fronted by Ray's husband John Cusimano and has been joined onstage most years by ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons.

    Full article at Billboard: HERE

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on February 28, 2014

Green Day's Foxboro Hot Tubs side project, Cee Lo Green and Blondie will be partying with Rachael Ray at the syndicated TV hosts's seventh annual Feedback party during this year's South By Southwest Music Conference & Festival in Austin, Texas.

The free and open to the public daytime bash on March 15 at Stubb's BBQ -- one of SXSW's most anticipated events each year -- will feature 14 acts on three stages, with Foxboro Hot Tubs playing the venue's tiny indoor room at the band's behest. (Green Day performed at last year's SXSW and also launched "Broadway Idiot" at the SXSW Film Festival). Filling out the bill are Yelawolf, Cody Chestnutt, Allen Stone, Har Mar Superstar, Spanish Gold, the Wild Feathers, the Last Internationale, Bad Suns, Jamestown Revival, traditional show-opener Bob Schneider and the Cringe, which is fronted by Ray's husband John Cusimano and has been joined onstage most years by ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons.

Full article at Billboard: HERE