Wow! Tell us how you really feel, Billie Joe Armstrong! In the new issue of Kerrang! magazine, the Green Day frontman got candid about presidential nominee Donald Trump — and let's just say Mr. Armstrong is NOT a fan! The singer complained about Trump's alleged tactics of taking advantage of "poor" people's "anger" — even going so [...]
"I just can't wait till he's gone," the singer said.
Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day has never been one to shy away from sharing his political views ? the band did release an entire album called “American Idiot” which referenced the George W. Bush administration multiple times ? andShow More Summary
It’s been a tumultuous few years for Green Day. In 2012, the band released a trio of albums, ¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, and ¡Tré!, which yielded wildly mixed results. Following that, guitarist-vocalist Billie Joe Armstrong would enter rehab for his...Show More Summary
Green Day are back with a new album called Revolution Radio. It’s out October 7 and will feature brand new single, “Bang Bang”. Billie Joe Armstrong said this of the project:“Of course the world has lost its collective mind... and me, Mike and Tré are lost souls too. Revolution Radio is a... Continue reading
Green Day is back with a brand new single titled “Bang Bang” and you can watch the lyric video right here! The track serves as the lead single off the band’s – Billie Joe Armstrong, Tré Cool and Mike Dirnt – twelfth studio album Revolution Radio, which is expected to be released on October 7th [...]
Say hello again to Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt, and Tré Cool.
Green Day have a new album on the way. The follow-up to ¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, ¡Tré!, their 2012 musical trilogy, is called Revolution Radio, revealed in a new Rolling Stone interview with frontman Billie Joe Armstrong. It's out October 7 via Reprise. Show More Summary
Album: Warning Year: 2000 Once the mega-ballad “Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)” confirmed to Billie Joe Armstrong that he didn’t have to play by the loud fast rules anymore, Green Day followed it up with the Warning album, which featured...Show More Summary
It’s been almost four years since legendary punk trio Green Day put out a studio album. With the band dealing with personal issues, and being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame last year, rumors had been circulating that Green Day would finally release a new studio album last year. Show More Summary
Selma Blair looks sleek in a black cutout dress while attending the premiere of her new film Geezer held during the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival at Spring Studios on Saturday (April 23) in New York City. The 43-year-old actress was joined on the carpet by her co-star Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day. Also in [...]
On Saturday, Joan Jett clearly didn’t care if she had “a bad reputation” when she joined Green Day front man Billie Joe Armstrong on stage at Spring Studios in New York City. According to Billboard, Jett, best known for the hit “I Love Rock ‘N’ Roll,” joined Armstrong, along with Green Day drummer Tre Cool... Show More Summary
Speculation has been rife since January that Green Day are back in the studio working on their first album in four years. Marking the start of 2016, frontman Billie Joe Armstrong shared a snap of himself in a recording studio and teased...Show More Summary
An eclectic collection of features will make their world premieres at the Tribeca Film Festival next month, including movies in which Kevin Spacey stars as Richard Nixon, Eddie Murphy plays a skilled cook and Billie Joe Armstrong is cast as a former punk singer. Also, Katie Holmes will make her...
A punk comedy starring Green Day's frontman, docs on everything from Ghostbusters superfans to Scientology to soccer star Pelé, and an adaptation of a Dave Eggers' book starring Tom Hanks highlight the remainder of the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival's lineup. Lee Kirk's comedy Geezer stars Green Day singer-guitarist Billie Joe Armstrong...
This year's TFF late includes a documentary about David Byrne's 'Contemporary Color,' comedy 'Elvis and Nixon,' Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong in 'Geezer,' and lots more. Continue reading…
Back in 1994, Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong took his own real-life panic disorder and used it as the fuel for an iconic song called “Basket Case” from the pop punk trio’s career-making, if tragically named, Dookie album. Though the...Show More Summary
Welcome to a new kind of tension. Green Day singer Billie Joe Armstrong has spoken out about censorship after Enfield High School in Connecticut said it will no longer put on an adaptation of the Broadway hit "American Idiot." BasedShow More Summary
Billie Joe Armstrong penned a powerful response to a Connecticut high school's decision to call off a production of the musical American Idiot, based off the Green Day album of the same name. Armstrong challenged the cancellation, arguing that the high school's choice to not host the production is an...