Billie Joe was recently interviewed for the December edition of Red Bull's magazine, The Red Bulletin.



The focus is on some of the broad risks and mistakes (psst...the trilogy...) of Green Day as a band, and how they helped propel their career forward. Billie Joe seems to acknowledge some of the underperformance:

"We were already taking risks when we were still broke. It’s not about the money. You fight with your record label, which wants to make as much money as possible as easily as possible, and dislikes nothing more than artistic ambition. But when you prevail over your label manager and then it doesn’t work out, you feel like a loser—regardless of your bank balance, believe me."


Check out the full Q&A to read the rest of Billie Joe's thoughts and advice!
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Jul 01:
1039 Smoothed Out Slappy Hours was released 28 years ago.
Jul 02:
Happy 25 year anniversary to Billie Joe and Adrienne.
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Jul 12:
GDA celebrates it's 18 year anniversary today.
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