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Green Day

Becoming a rock star seems to give a lot of musicians the idea that they have carte blanche to behave however they want in
The late Lou Reed, Green Day, Ringo Starr and Joan Jett are among the eight inductees into the 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of
As masochistic as it sounds, most of us love listening to a painfully sad and depressing song from time to time. For some
When The Who released their fourth studio album "Tommy" on May 23rd, 1969, the times were certainly a-changin'. The Beatles
It's been a long time since Nov. 11, 1918 marked the end of World War I, but we hardly need Remembrance Day to recall what
It's been a great year for music. But what's been even greater is how musicians have been paying tribute to each other's
Last month, not long after the Occupy Wall Street movement celebrated its first anniversary, Tom Morello and System of a
After Billie Joe Armstrong's now-viral on-stage meltdown, the Green Day camp quickly went into clean-up mode and put out a press release stating Armstrong had entered rehab. To me it really seemed like a genuine meltdown and I can only empathize. However, there was one thing that bothered me about the whole thing: at the end of the meltdown Armstrong and his bandmate, bassist, Mike Dirnt both smashed their guitars...