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A few days ago during the American Music Awards, Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong went into an impromptu chant of "No Trump, no KKK, no fascist USA!"
The members of Green Day may be in middle age now, but that hasn't stopped the pop-punk band from calling out things exactly as they see them. While performing at Sunday's American Music Awards, frontman Billie Joe Armstrong added aShow More Summary
American punk-rockers Green Day led a chant against president-elect Donald Trump at the American Music Awards on Sunday, chanting “No Trump, no KKK, no fascist U.S.A.” to thousands of screaming fans. Lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong,...Show More Summary
Green Day made a political statement during their performance of “Bang Bang” at the 2016 American Music Awards held at the Microsoft Theater on Sunday (November 20) in Los Angeles. The band – Mike Dirnt, Billie Joe Armstrong and Tré Cool – repeated the phrase “No Trump, no KKK, no fascist USA,” during the song. [...]
Green Day performed during tonight’s American Music Awards, performing “Bang Bang” off their most recent album Revolution Radio. During the middle of it, frontman Billie Joe Armstrong led the rest of the band in a chant of, “No Trump,...Show More Summary
In a music landscape that has not been quiet about its distaste for President-Elect Donald Trump, Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong has been one of the most outspoken voices. Most recently he called for “something drastic” to prevent Trump from taking office in an interview with NME. Tonight he took his protest campaign to the […]
By: Donna Freydkin She played the daughter of rocker Billie Joe Armstrong in "Ordinary World." And here's what you need to know about actress Madisyn Shipman, who hails from North Carolina. (And watch our interview with Armstrong above). Show More Summary
Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong covers the November 4, 2016 issue of NME magazine. Armstrong joins his bandmates Tré Cool and Mike Dirnt for a photo studio session with photographer Matt Salacuse. On the heels of Green Day’s twelfth studio album, Revolution Radio, Armstrong gets political. Show More Summary
These guys are global icons for a reason! On Sunday, Green Day donned their punk rock best at the MTV EMAs! Billie Joe Armstrong, Tre Cool, and Mike Dirnt sported matching, all-black outfits. The musicians are slated to receive the show's Global Icon award, so we love that they're staying true to their style! They're even still sporting [...]
A scenario like the one in the video above is every major music fan’s dream. Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong reportedly saw a fan at a Chicago concert last month holding a sign that read, “I can play every song on ‘Dookie,’”Show More Summary
At a recent concert in Chicago, Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong noticed a kid in the audience holding a sign saying “I can play every song on Dookie” and pulled him up on stage to prove it. Aside from a slightly slow tempo, he did pretty well on When I Come Around. P.S. Show More Summary
I really wanted to like “Ordinary World”. The comedy stars Green Day front-man Billie Joe Armstrong as Perry, a just turned middle-aged singer/guitarist on indefinite hiatus from his once-promising rock...
Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt, and Tré Cool bring more of the same to mixed results.
In Ordinary World, Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong musically reunited with Fred Armisen — a talented drummer in his own right — after more than 20 years since their first show together. (Believe it or not, the two performed alongside each other in Wisconsin in 1991.) The film tells the story of ... More »
Billie Joe Armstrong had a head full of memories when his long-running punk band, Green Day, played the Palladium in Hollywood on Monday night. Not long into the show, the singer brandished a baby-blue electric guitar and told the crowd his mother had bought it for him for $300 when he was 10 years...
Green Day's frontman Billie Joe Armstrong would rather talk about the Kardashians than politics... until you push his Donald Trump button, that is. We got Billie in WeHo and tried throwing him a political fastball. He fouled it off, and asked for…
Green Day just landed their third No. 1 album! The band – Billie Joe Armstrong, Tre Cool, and Mike Dirnt – released Revolution Radio and it debuted in the top spot on the Billboard 200 chart. The record sold 95,000 equivalent album units in the week ending October 13, with 90,000 in traditional album sales. [...]
Imagine an alternate reality where Green Day fizzled out before Dookie, never made it out of those Berkeley basements, and are now resigned to life on a suburban boulevard of broken dreams. That's Ordinary World, which stars Billie Joe Armstrong as Perry, a washed-up punk rocker with a wife (Selma Blair), two ... More »
Bille Joe Armstrong opens up about his new movie, 'Ordinary World,' and how it draws from his own life experience balancing a career in rock with a family.