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  • Green Day took the stage of Radio City Music Hall in New York on June 13, singing two songs "Holiday" and "Know Your Enemy". The Billie Joe Armstrong-fronted band were joined by cast of "American Idiot" musical during the performance.

    Prior to that, host Sean Hayes kicked off the Sunday ceremony with a piano medley of Broadway and classical tunes. Supporting him for the opening number included "Million Dollar Quartet" cast, Chad Kimball from "Memphis" and Kristin Chenoweth from "Promises, Promises".

    Later, Hayes received applause from audience when he shared a passionate kiss with Chenoweth

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  • The Tony Awards is not the event where you expect to see punk rockers center stage -- but then again, 'American Idiot' is not your typical Broadway musical. Green Day rocked the stage at the Tony's 64th awards show last night (June 13), performing with the cast of their acclaimed 'American Idiot' musical, which was nominated for three awards. Billie Joe and co. kicked off the event with a loud, raucous performance that ensured that no matter what, their performance would be the one that everyone would remember.
    [Full review at Billboard.com]

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    June 13, 2010
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  • As mentioned, Green Day will be coming home to the Shoreline Amphitheatre near San Francisco, CA on September 4th. Your Idiot Club presale for the Shoreline Amphitheatre is going on NOW thru Friday via Ticketmaster (coupon code required).
    [More info IdiotClub.com]

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    June 13, 2010

    If you watched the Tony Awards on TV last night, you learned something about how awards shows should work – (heads up to the Grammys, Emmys and Oscars). From hot show numbers with Matthew Morrison and Lea Michele (Broadway stars who are now topping the charts on the hit TV show ‘Glee’) to a performance by Green Day and a production number from their Punk-Rock-Opera Broadway hit ‘American Idiot,’ this was live TV at its best.
    [Full review at Examiner]

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