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Billie Joe Armstrong Talks Substance Abuse, Vegas Meltdown With Rolling Stone

Billie Joe Armstrong
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Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong went to rehab smack dab in the middle of the band's release schedule for its trio of albums '¡Uno!,' '¡Dos!' and '¡Tré!' You know it must have been bad for him to have pulled out of promoting and supporting the trilogy. Turns it was bad. Really bad.

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Green Day Playing SXSW 2013

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SXSW 2013 is right around the corner, and Green Day have just been added to the lineup. The venerable pop-punk trio is scheduled to perform on Friday, March 15, at ACL Live at the Moody Theatre after screening their documentaries ‘Broadway Idiot’ and ‘¡Cuatro!’

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Casting Call: Who Should Play Green Day In a Movie?

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Green Day have made a pair of documentaries and produced their own Broadway musical, and recently, they even announced plans to premiere a documentary about producing their own Broadway show. About the only thing left for the veteran punk trio to do is to be the subject of a big-screen, feature-length biopic. Sounds awesome as f---, but who would play Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt and Tre Cool? Check out our casting picks below.

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Green Day ‘Broadway Idiot’ Trailer Surfaces

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Green Day never thought they would go from grimy punk rock clubs to the majesty of Broadway. But that's just what they did. Some of the journey is documented in 'Broadway Idiot,' a new documentary whose trailer has just hit the web.

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19 Years Ago: Green Day’s ‘Dookie’ Album Released

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Up until they released ‘Dookie’ on Feb. 1, 1994, Green Day were destined for a short, unheralded career as pop-punk never-rans with a pair of indie albums that didn’t make much noise outside of their Berkeley backyard. But that all changed after they signed with a major label, hooked up with a producer who wasn’t afraid of selling a few records and zeroed in on a set of songs that captured how 97 percent of pot-smoking, masturbating teenage boys spent their day.

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Optimus Alive! 2013 Festival Features Green Day, Depeche Mode + Kings of Leon

Billie Joe Armstrong
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Optimus Alive! 2013 is set to take place on the scenic Alges riverside in Oeiras, Portugal, from July 12-14. Featured acts for the highly anticipated music festival include Kings of Leon, Depeche Mode and Two Door Cinema Club, along with the recent additions of Green Day and Biffy Clyro.

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Green Day Ticket Policy Draws Flak from New York City Fans

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Green Day fans are undeniably thrilled about the band's rescheduled spring tour -- but there has been some drama mixed in with the excitement. The pop-punk trio decided to implement a new rule for purchasing tickets for their April 7 performance at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. Those who bought floor seats were told they couldn’t pick up their tickets in advance; instead, they were advised to retrieve them at the box office on the day of the show.

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Green Day’s Mike Dirnt Honors Late Birth Mother

Mike Dirnt
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Green Day's Mike Dirnt has posted a message on his band's official website in remembrance of his birth mother, who died recently. The note, titled "R.I.P. Carol Alba Rowland," pays tribute to the bassist's biological mother, who in did not raise Dirnt and in fact only met her rock star son very recently.

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News Bits: Spiritualized Announce U.S. Tour, Best Coast Rejoin Green Day Trek + More


Hallelujah! Spiritualized have announced a U.S. tour. Let's hope they don't cancel this time.

Best Coast will get to open for Green Day after all!

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Green Day, ‘American Idiot’ – Career-Saving Albums


After attaining heights previously unimaginable for a punk band with their multi-platinum-selling major-label debut, 'Dookie,' Green Day began a slow and sad decline into relative obscurity that bottomed out with 2000's 'Warning,' which barely managed a gold record. By the early aughts, Billie Joe Armstrong and the boys had been pretty much banished to playing the hockey-rink circuit, with few people thinking the band would ever be relevant again.

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