- Saturday 09/04/10 at 7:00 PM
- Shoreline Amphitheatre at Mountain View, CA
Doors are at 6pm. Show at 7pm.
On sale Saturday, June 19th at 10am: HERE
Voting has concluded for BroadwayWorld's 2010 Theatre Fans' Choice Awards, and with hundreds of thousands of votes cast, we've had another record year further solidifying the Theatre Fans' Choice Awards place as the largest, and most popular online Broadway polling event of its kind! AMERICAN IDIOT Leads with Record 10 Wins!
Steven Hoggett - American Idiot
Best Direction of a Musical
Michael Mayer - American Idiot
Best Featured Actor in a Musical
Tony Vincent - American Idiot
Best Featured Actress in a Musical
Rebecca Naomi Jones - American Idiot
Best Leading Actor in a Musical
John Gallagher, Jr. - American Idiot
Best Lighting Design
Kevin Adams - American Idiot
Tom Kitt - American Idiot
Best Scenic Design
Christine Jones - American Idiot
Best Sound Design
Brian Ronan - American Idiot
Sunday night at 5pm PST (8pm EST) - Weekly Idiot Club Chat
This week discuss the band's performance on the Tony Awards! Login to the Idiot Club Chat Room: HERE.
Green Day Want To 'Keep Adding' Earlier Songs To 'Rock Band'
'It would be great to see songs from 39/Smooth and Kerplunk,' frontman Billie Joe Armstrong says of new game's track list.
When you've got a discography that stretches all the way back to 1989, cramming all of it into one video game is sort of tough. That was exactly the problem facing Green Day when they partnered with the publishers of the "Rock Band" franchise — there was just too much music.
So while the just-released "Green Day: Rock Band" features 47 tracks spanning the band's entire career, it opens to their breakout 1994 album, Dookie, which any astute GD fan can tell you was actually their third studio record. But some omissions might prove to be temporary, according to the guys in the band.
"That's what's cool about the 'Rock Band' thing, is if we want to add more songs, we can do it online, in the future," drummer Tre Cool explained. "If we want to do some surprises and stuff, we can always keep adding to it."
"Yeah, it would be great to see songs that are from, you know, [Green Day's 1990 debut] 39/Smooth and ['92's] Kerplunk, to come out on it," frontman Billie Joe Armstrong added. "You know, that's what's exciting ... to visit some of the older songs too."
But until those older songs are
Look for a Green Day interview on the CBS Early Show tomorrow morning followed by a performance by the cast of American Idiot!