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  • Billie Joe + Norah: Foreverly

    The unlikely collaboration between Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day and Norah Jones has resulted in the album Foreverly, a loving homage to the Everly Brothers’ 1958 album Songs Our Daddy Taught Us. Billie Joe and Norah also teamed up at the SiriusXM NYC studios recently to co-host this exclusive one-hour album premiere special, featuring the broadcast debut of tracks from the album alongside original versions and other hand-picked folk & country favorites that influenced the project from the Louvin Brothers, Stanley Brothers, Carl Perkins and the Beatles.

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  • Look for this great review in the Sunday edition of New York Daily News: HERE

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  • Order at Amazon: HERE or iTunes: HERE

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    November 23, 2013

    Over 100 celebrated artists from the art, music and skateboarding world all coming together to help Project LOOP raise money for a skatepark for the kids of Taylor, Texas.

    LOOP Students wrote letters to over 100 artists around the country to work on raw skateboard decks provided by CreateAskate. The finished works will be auctioned off to raise funds.


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    Billie Joe Armstrong is a musician, singer, and songwriter best known as the lead singer and guitarist of the band Green Day.

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  • Darkness delivered sweetly: That’s what drew together the improbable partnership of gentle-voiced Norah Jones and pop-punk arena rocker Billie Joe Armstrong, who leads Green Day. They decided to remake, of all things, an entire album from 1958: the Everly Brothers’ “Songs Our Daddy Taught Us” (Cadence).

    The Everlys’ original is a contender for the most morbid album of the early rock ’n’ roll era. It arrived soon after their huge 1957 hits, “Bye Bye Love” and “Wake Up Little Suzie,” both of which appeared on their 1958 debut album.

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