Green Day's 1990 debut full-length is pretty rough and raw compared to their later releases, but it also contains tantalizing hints of what would follow.
Billie Joe Armstrong
Bille Joe Armstrong has called a Connecticut high school's decision to cancel a student production of Green Day’s 'American Idiot' an "issue of censorship."
Green Day followed up the massive mainstream success of 'Dookie' with an antagonistic pop-punk album that hearkens to their earliest underground roots.
'Heart Like a Hand Grenade' will make its way to U.S. theaters as soon as next week on Oct. 15. The next day, it will be made available on Vimeo On Demand.
In the midst of a wave of pop-punk they helped prompt, Green Day embraced the pop side of the equation with their sleek and slower sixth album.
The youngest Armstrong is set to drop his debut EP at a later date that’s yet to be announced, but a handful of his songs are already on YouTube.
Armstrong and Jones performed all of 'Foreverly' – their 2013 reinterpretation of the Everly Brothers' album 'Songs Our Daddy Taught Us' – to about 200 people.
Last year, Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong teased fans with some big plans for the band in 2015.
Often imitated but never duplicated, Green Day blew open the doors for neo-punk and pop-punk in the '90s before redefining the genre for the new millennium.
Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong is opening a new guitar store in Oakland, California.