Beloit College, Alumni House in Beloit, WI
June 06, 1992
Other Acts:
Hot Glue Gun, Trenchmouth, Rhinelander
  • Recordings from this show can be found here
  • Barb Aura: "I made this flyer and booked this show. That is all. Barb Aura Also, I now have this on the original blue paper that it was printed upon! Billie Joe & I had a disagreement about payment that night, in which we crumpled up and threw bills at one another. Meanwhile, *someone* stole about $400 from the entrance 'till before the show was even over. I had to haul ass to Denzil's to take out a loan in cash... Which I paid off over the summer. Worth it? YES."
  • Mike Byrne: "...The best time I saw them live was June of 1992 they played in Beloit, WI at a small room behind a pizza place that held about 150 people, they were amazing that night. ...The funny thing is everytime I saw them there or the show in Beloit they would hardly gave any merch for sale. I think they either ran out before they got there or they just wouldn't have any..."
  • Fred Armisen: "I just did one movie [Geezer] with Billie Joe Armstrong from Green Day. He plays an aging punk rocker and I play the drummer from his old band. He did great. It’s cool because Trenchmouth opened for Green Day in the early '90s in Wisconsin. I liked it because it was like my life coming back together. I really wanted Trenchmouth to succeed and at the time wished we were as big as Green Day. And here I am with Billie Joe. It just took a different way to get there."
  • Andrew Hutchison: "So here's the story, the day after I graduated from high school, my brother, our friend, and myself drove to Beloit, Wisconsin to see Green Day. I remember eating ham salad sandwiches that were left over from my open house all the way up there. This was around the time that Kerplunk! came out, and Green Day was one of my favorite bands. The show was so good and we even managed to get a short interview out of Mike for my zine. Fast forward to 2007. I'm going through some things at my parents' house and find this tape. Not only did it have interview that we did, but it also had most of the show on it. It didn't sound half bad for shitty handheld tape recorder. Thanks to my friend Matt we were able to transfer it to CD. I hope you enjoy listening to this as much as I did."
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