Green Day have cancelled all their tour dates from now through February due to the ongoing health issues with frontman Billie Joe Armstrong. The band has also moved up the release of ¡Tré! to December 11th instead of January 15th.
Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong didn't take kindly to the news that their set time at the I Heart Radio Music Festival was being cut from 45 minutes to 25 minutes to make more time for Usher's set. Click "read more" to check out the video of his reaction.
Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong was ejected from a Southwest Airlines flight on Thursday because, as he said in a tweet, “My pants sagged too low.”
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With a hit Broadway show and its own edition of the "Rock Band" franchise, Green Day is establishing itself as a punk-rock brand.
Runner Runner has signed with Capitol Records by way of Clear Entertainment, a new record label started by David Letterman, the band announced Wednesday.
Green Day fans attending Thursday night's performance of the just-opened Broadway musical "American Idiot" got an extra-special treat following the final bow: The veteran rock trio jumped onstage for a surprise performance.
Organizers revealed the lineup for the 2010 edition of Lollapalooza which includes Lady Gaga, Green Day, the recently reunited Soundgarden, the reformed Strokes, the Arcade Fire and Phoenix.
Green Day has already begun work on its followup to 2009's 21st Century Breakdown, frontman Billie Joe Armstrong revealed to Kerrang! magazine.