It’s been a while since anyone’s seen Green Day live, but that’s all about to change.
Green Day will celebrate Record Store Day with the release 18 demos, including an unreleased track, from the ¡Uno!, ¡Dos! and ¡Tré! sessions.
Ever wonder what the Foo Fighters’ 1997 hit “Everlong” would sound like played on an old dot matrix printer? Well someone has actually figured it out. Someone with a lot of time on their hands.
The GRAMMYs may only be two days away, but they’re not quite yet done announcing the big night’s performers.
Looking for the ultimate gift for the Punk Rock lover in your life? How about picking up Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong’s vintage BMW.
Billie Joe Armstrong made a country record, and no one is more surprised about this than the Green Day frontman himself.
Recorded over just nine days at a Manhattan recording studio with a small clutch of musicians, the album features a slew of country music standards by the likes of Tex Ritter and Gene Autry.
A new documentary chronicling the journey of Green Day’s 2004 album, American Idiot from recording studio to the Broadway stage is hitting theaters this fall.
K-pop superstar Psy is not easily insulted. Two days after Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong compared Psy to herpes, the “Gangnam Style” singer has responded.
The Green Day singer took to his Instagram account to roast the k-pop superstar, with his fans wholeheartedly agreeing with the sentiment.
No stranger to the theater, Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong will pen new songs for a Yale Repertory Theater production premiering next year. The new musical, These Paper Bullets, is a rock and roll […]
After several (rumor-filled) months of silence, Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong has opened up about the substance abuse issues that landed him in rehab late last year, following a much-publicized onstage meltdown last September. […]
After Green Day was forced to cancel a slew of appearances when frontman Billie Joe Armstrong checked into rehab back in September following an onstage meltdown in Vegas, the band has announced their imminent return […]
When life gives you lemons, says Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker, you dress them up with hella tattoos before making delicious vodka-lemonade cocktails. Or something like that…
Mark Hoppus Of Blink-182 Sends A Message To Green Day And Billie Joe Armstrong: “I Wish Them Nothing But Health And Success”
Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus sends well wishes to Green Day and Billie Joe Armstrong, whose current stint in rehab has put his band’s tour plans on hold while he gets better.
In order to keep up momentum for their third and final chapter in the ¡Uno! ¡Dos! ¡Tre! album trilogy, Green Day are streaming ¡Dos! in its entirety a week ahead of its release.
Entitled “The Forgotten,” Green Day seem to be taking the place of Twilight author Stephenie Meyers’ favorite rock band Muse, who are surprisingly absent from the final film’s soundtrack.
While Green Day fans will have to wait a little longer before the boys in the band get back on the road, they’re making it up by releasing “¡Tré!” this December instead of next January.
The steals continue on last night’s episode of “The Voice.”
Green Day’s Mike Dirnt On Canceling Voodoo Festival Appearance: “Canceling Shows Is Something We Rarely Do”
“Canceling shows is something we rarely do,” said Tré Cool. “We never want to let our fans down, and we are grateful for all of you being understanding during this time.”
Tonight’s battle brought two steals, one amazing duet, one country throw down and the return of the hot Peruvian singer.
CSI, CBS TV’s massive hit crime drama, will take advantage of several new Green Day tracks to “narrate” a few intense dialog-free action sequences on next Friday’s episode.
Expect songs from Christina Perri, Ellie Goulding and Green Day.
Alanis Morissette took to the stage this week to show her support for Green Day’s frontman, Billie Joe Armstrong and his recent struggles with substance abuse.
While Billie Joe Armstrong takes a much-needed break from the promotional grind, Green Day release a video of the band doing what they do best: Rocking out.
Green Day played a radio festival Friday night. A fiery Billie Joe Armstrong dropped 22 f-bombs and proceeded to destroy his guitar.
Green Day isn’t teasing fans with just a strip of the tortilla and a few pieces of grated cheddar. Today the band is giving up the whole enchilada. Listen to ¡Uno!, in its entirety.
Green Day has never met a stage they couldn’t rock. After laying waste to everything from tiny clubs to “America’s Got Talent” on their current press tour, Billie Joe and the gang are ready to turn up the punk power with a special show you can watch on your computer!
As Green Day prepares to launch ¡Uno!, the first album of a trilogy titled ‘¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, ¡Tré!, the band has revealed their U.S. tour schedule. Strangely absent are Los Angeles and San Francisco dates.
With rumors swirling about Billie Joe Armstrong’s health and the status of Green Day’s scheduled appearance at this year’s MTV VMAs, we turn to the man’s sister to set the record straight.