Green Day’s ‘American Idiot’ Movie-Musical on the WayBillie Joe Armstrong plans to star at Billy, the role he created on Broadway.
Billie Joe Armstrong's Film 'Ordinary World' Coming to a Theater Near YouThe musician turns actor for his role as an aging punk rocker.
Billie Joe Armstrong Likens Donald Trump to Hitler"I don't even know how else to explain it."
Billie Joe Armstrong Performs with Joan JettThe two played a brief portion of Green Day's "American Idiot" before segueing into Jett's "Bad Reputation."
Billie Joe Armstrong Pens Open Letter Over High School's 'American Idiot' Cancelation"The show must go on!"
Avicii Recruits Jon Bon Jovi, Chris Martin, Billie Joe Armstrong & More for Next Album"It's going to be a lot more song-oriented," the DJ and producer explained. "True was an attempt at that, getting electronic music in a song format."
Green Day's 'Dookie' Still Holds Up 20 Years LaterWith our series 'Not Fade Away,' we take a look at the legacy of some of the greatest albums of the past few decades. Today we look at Green Day's gigantic breakthrough 'Dookie,' which turned 20 this week.
2014 GRAMMY Performances, RankedThis year it seemed like the words "And the GRAMMY goes too" were hardly uttered during the night's live broadcast, leaving plenty of room for the performances, which there were 20 of. All of which we ranked.
Madonna, Billie Joe Armstrong & Miranda Lambert to Perform at GRAMMYsThe GRAMMYs may only be two days away, but they're not quite yet done announcing the big night's performers.
Buy Billie Joe Armstrong’s BMW Just in Time for the HolidaysLooking for the ultimate gift for the Punk Rock lover in your life? How about picking up Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong's vintage BMW.
Why Billie Joe Armstrong Made a Country Duets Album with Norah JonesBillie Joe Armstrong made a country record, and no one is more surprised about this than the Green Day frontman himself.
Listen: Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong & Norah Jones Unite For Everly Brothers Tribute AlbumRecorded over just nine days at a Manhattan recording studio with a small clutch of musicians, the album features a slew of country music standards by the likes of Tex Ritter and Gene Autry.