Beatles Lost Without Brian, Jones Clashes With Clash: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]Zeptember 1st: In which the guy who would later sign Zeppelin to Atlantic Records signed one of Page's early idols, the "Danny" of the band that inspired The Partridge Family dies in Hurricane Katrina, and Green Day's frontman gets booted from a plane for "pants on the ground".
Listen to 3 Green Day Demos So Rare the Band Doesn't Remember ThemThe hissy analog tape features acoustic versions of "J.A.R", "Having A Blast", and "Don't Wanna Fall In Love."
Green Day and Stephen Colbert Perform Low-Rent Version of 'Good Riddance'They mined the public domain and matched lyrics from "Camptown Races" and performed it in the dressing room.
Green Day to Help Distribute The Story of East Bay Punk“We’re proud to bring the history of this movement to the world and hope the film inspires people to create their own music and to build an artistic community."
Green Day Rock 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'The band performed "Revolution Radio" and "Bang Bang."
Green Day Shout Anti-Trump Lyrics During AMA PerformaceThe line comes from the song "Born to Die" by the Texas hardcore band MDC and the original lyric is "No War, No KKK, no fascist USA."
Green Day Discuss Lost Album 'Cigarettes and Valentines'“There’s always a lot in the vault, but we tend to look forward rather than reaching back," bassist Mike Dirnt said.
Green Day are 'Still Breathing' in New VideoEven the song has an uplifting message, the visual largely conveys a despondent feeling.
Billie Joe Armstrong Reads Donald Trump the Riot Act"Trump has dragged politics into the gutter, like a WWE wrestling match,” Armstrong said.
Green Day Down to Play Desert Trip in 30 Years30 years might be a stretch, but hey you never know.
Billie Joe Armstrong Meets Joan Jett in 'Ordinary World' ClipBillie Joe Armstrong may be a self assured frontman in real life but he plays a drastically different character in the upcoming film Ordinary World.
Green Day Debut 'Revolution Radio' Material at Tour OpenerGreen Day started their 'Revolution Radio' promotional tour at the 1,700-capacity Newport Music Hall in Columbus, Ohio with a "Bang Bang."