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  • Emily’s Army is a teenaged punk band that first made headlines because the drummer, Joey Armstrong, is the son of Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong, but they have a lot to offer other than family connections. They play the kind of fast, loud, poppy punk rock that’s been making kids go nuts ever since the ‘70s and they have such a positive message—their debut album is called Buy Don’t Be a Dick, and they revel in raising awareness for Cystic Fibrosis research —that you can’t help but smile when you hear them. They’ve been touring up and down the West Coast (their home base is San Francisco), and they spoke to us about the appeal of punk, having fun, and being inspired by comedy

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    July 04, 2011


    Guitar World presents the 100 Greatest Classic Rock Guitar Songs of All Time, complete with stories from the bands that made them. Our ranked listing includes Fifties hits like Chuck Berry’s “Johnny B. Goode” and Link Wray’s “Rumble,” Sixties tracks such as Jimi Hendrix’s “Purple Haze” and the Rolling Stones’ “Satisfaction,” classic rock tunes including Led Zeppelin’s “Stairway to Heaven” and Pink Floyd’s Comfortably Numb,” and loads of songs from the previous 30 years, like Ozzy Osbourne’s “Crazy Train,” Van Halen’s “Eruption,” Guns N’ Roses’ “Welcome to the Jungle,” Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit,” and much more.

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  • Take Five... American Idiot by Green Day (2004)

    An angst-ridden teenager meets a freedom fighter and an apathetic female and they go on a rebellious spree. Spawned by the hit punk album American Idiot, it went on to be adapted for Broadway with the Green Day lead singer and songwriter Billie Joe Armstrong also playing the lead role.

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    July 03, 2011


    Katie McPansy is working on her 6th Green Day collaboration video. Send your submissions now!

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  • Billie Joe Armstrong and his American Idiot director Michael Mayer took part in a discussion with producer Jordan Roth at the 92nd Street Y Sept. 19, 2010 The event was part of the venue’s “Broadway Talks” series.

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