It's no secret that we've missed some Green Day news on GDA. While we're trying to get back on track, here's a quick recap of everything we missed out on. Morrissey teams up with Billie Joe Armstrong Morrissey recently recruited ... read story
Here we are at the end of our ten-day countdown. Our final release is a soundboard recording from a private show that Green Day performed for their friend at 924 Gilman Street on November 18th, 1992. This show marks the first known ... read story
"Beavis and Butt-head have started a band: it’s called Green Day," announced a spring 1994 Rolling Stone magazine article. Dookie, released on Feb. 1 of that year, isn't Green Day's most dynamic work. It may not even be their most- ... read story
The ninth installment of our Dookie celebration is not a performance (Surprise!) but a radio appearance! For almost a decade, this recording was thought to be lost. Here it is, back from the dead, an hour and a half of Green Day on KROQ’s ... read story
The eighth installment of our ten-day release is an audience recording from the Seattle Center in Seattle, Washington on September 11th, 1994. Green Day headlined End It, a benefit for Artists for a Hate Free America, sponsored by Seattle ... read story
The seventh installment of our celebration release is an audience recording from Slim’s in San Francisco, California on July 5th, 1994. This was the first show of the second leg of the North American tour. In the three-week break before ... read story
The sixth installment of our ten-day celebration release is an audience recording from Blind Mellon’s in Buffalo, New York. The sound is pretty rough, but it’s a small living remnant of another no-longer existing venue. Setlist: 01 ... read story
The fifth installment in our celebration release is an audience recording from Graffiti Showcase in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on July 28th, 1994. Fans in attendance recall this as the most overcrowded show they have ever seen. Setlist: ... read story
The fourth installment of our celebration release is an audience recording from Green Day’s first show in Nebraska at the Ranch Bowl in Omaha on July 14th, 1994. The Ranch Bowl was a unique venue as it doubled as a bowling alley. ... read story
The third installment of our celebration release is another Lollapalooza show from the Olympic Velodrome in Carson, California on September 5th, 1994. This was the last show of the Lollapalooza tour. While the full audience recording is ... read story
The second installment of our celebration release is an audience recording from the Lollapalooza tour’s stop in Charlotte, North Carolina on August 11th, 1994. This was two shows before Green Day’s legendary Woodstock performance, but ... read story
On February 1st, it will be the 25th anniversary of Dookie's release. To celebrate this occasion, GDA will be posting never-before-heard recordings from the Dookie era every day for TEN days leading up to Dookie's anniversary! To kick ... read story
Green Day's first major studio album, Dookie, was released 23 years ago today. Here's Green Day celebrating the album's 20th anniversary by performing it in full back in 2013. We've scanned the full CD booklet/artwork, which you can ... read story
With Kerplunk's 25th anniversary today, Green Day has released a special 25th anniversary edition Kerplunk T-shirt that's available to order now from Green Day.com. The shirt features the kerplunk logo with 25th anniversary written below ... read story
Twenty-two years ago today, Green Day released Dookie. The 1994 releases remains their most successful album to date as it touched a nerve with the apathy and angst of the mid '90s. Here's Green Day performing the album in full a ... read story
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