The Foxboro Hot Tubs just finished playing two shows in Austin, TX. View photos, setlist and more for each show: March 14th and March 15th.
Back in 1994 when MTV actually cared about music, Green Day were nominated 3 times for "Longview" as Best Group Video (lost to Aerosmith), Best New Artist in a Video (lost to Counting Crows), and Best Alternative Video (lost to Nirvana). It ... read story
Exactly 10 years today we heard the "American Idiot" single for the first time. I remember driving to work that Tuesday morning patiently waiting for the premiere on a local radio station. It came on shortly before 8am just as I was getting ... read story
Billie Joe is on the cover of the current issue of Big Cheese magazine. The issue a "punk rock special" with a special shoutout for American Idiot's 10th Anniversary. The article is titled "Punk, Politics & The Birth of 'American Idiot ... read story
Five years ago today, Green Day's eighth studio album, 21st Century Breakdown, was released. Produced by Butch Vig and the band themselves, the 18-track, three-act album debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Top 200 chart as it sold 215,000 ... read story
The Harvard Political Review has released an article on Green Day's "American Idiot" and the politics of the album. It includes an original interview with Billie Joe Armstrong. Titled "Growing Up With Green Day: Millennials and 10 Years ... read story
Last month on Dookie's 20th birthday, Rolling Stone posted an article that featured an interview with Billie Joe and Rob Cavallo who talked about the successes and story behind, arguably, the band's biggest album to date, Dookie. This ... read story
Back in 1993 Green Day were trying to figure out how they'd bring their punk rock roots along with them as they recorded their third album, Dookie, and first album on the huge record label. Rolling Stone sat down with Billie Joe recently to ... read story
Fuse.tv has put together a collection of thoughts from various artists about the impact Dookie has made on the music industry and the direct influence it had with a number of artists. Here's a few snippits from the piece: Green Day's ... read story
This is really freaking cool. Artist Phililp Marsden has put together a "modern" version of the Dookie album cover, celebrating its 20th birthday. The image is featured on Phillip's website and featured in the latest Kerrang!. Sprinkled ... read story
"I grew up with Green Day" ... it stands as the only phrase that ties many 30-somethings to the band today. Most in this crowd have moved on, save a handful of Green Day faithfuls that still follow. Most in this same crowd, when speaking ... read story
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Dookie, this weeks download of the week featured 3 different Dookie related downloads. Dookie Demos, Re-recordings, & Unreleased songs: 18 Tracks - 46mb MP3 The first download is a selection of ... read story
My goodness, how time has flown by. One year ago today, the opening album to Green Day's ¡UNO!, ¡DOS!, ¡TRÉ¡ trilogy, ¡UNO!, was released worldwide. ¡UNO!'s release was overshadowed by the band's iHeartRadio incident and the news ... read story
9 years ago today (21st September) we were lucky to experience the masterpiece that is American Idiot. The 7th studio album brought us five singles - "American idiot", "Jesus of Suburbia", "Holiday", "Boulevard of Broken Dreams", and "Wake ... read story
This week is packed full of anniversaries in the Green Day world. Besides today being Billie Joe and Adrienne's anniversary, the day is also shared with the eleventh anniversary of Shenanigans. Shenanigans is a compilation album of B- ... read story
Twenty two years ago today, Green Day released their debut full length album, 1039 Smoothed Out Slappy Hours, on Lookout! Records. Originally, the album was released in 1990 as 39 Smooth, but it was reissued in 1991 as a compilation ... read story
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