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  • California Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom visited Billie Joe at last week's Accoustic 4-A-Cure.

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  • Brian's picture
    May 18, 2014

    American Idiot tribute album out June 11 only at KERRANG!: HERE

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  • weasiteadmin's picture
    May 16, 2014

    Dear Green Day Family,

    Recently my wife Brittney was diagnosed with breast cancer.

    We have started our battle and she is enduring treatment as we speak! We want you to know that
    Brittney (Batmansmom) is strong and with the help of Amazing doctors, support from family, and positive thoughts/prayers from our Green Day family, SHE WILL BEAT THIS!
    This is going to be a challenging year, but we are determined to get though this as quickly and
    openly as possible.

    We love you all, and we will be checking in as best as we can, via Instagram: @batmansmom @mike_dossxx and  www.GreenDay.com.


    Rage and

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  • CALIFORNIA is (left to right): Adam Pfahler, Dustin Clark and Jason White
     
    Friday, May 16
    @ PEHRSPACE 325 Glendale Blvd. 90026
    w/ UPSET (w/ ex-members of Hole and Best Coast) and SUSAN
    9 pm - $5 - All Ages...

    Saturday, May 17
    @ CAFE NELA 1906 Cypress Ave. 90065
    w/ SWEET & CRUEL, MECOLODIACS (Joe Baiza/Saccharine Trust), SOMETHING DIED IN MEMPHIS (Bruce Moreland/Wall of Voodoo)
    8 pm - $5 - 21 & over

    Sunday, May 18
    Save Music in Chinatown 3
    Benefit for music education at Castelar Elementary School
    @ HUMAN RESOURCES 410 Cottage Home St. 90012
    w/ Chuck Dukowski Sextet,
    3 pm - All Ages matinee!
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  • Sammy Hagar joked with the crowd. James Hetfield got real. Billie Joe Armstrong and Pat Monahan had everyone singing along.

    The stars charmed in very different ways during the first annual Acoustic-4-A-Cure benefit concert on Thursday at the Fillmore. Yet, they all added something to the equation, resulting in a very enjoyable evening of music.

    It's was Hagar's brainchild. The Bay Area's famed Red Rocker, who was enshrined into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Van Halen in 2007, was looking for a way to support the Pediatric Cancer Program at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital.

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