Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong is 'In a State of Shock' About TrumpGreen Day's Billie Joe Armstrong is the latest artist to speak out over President Donald Trump's executive orders.
Green Day Debut Anti-Trump Video for ‘Troubled Times’Just days before Donald J. Trump is sworn into office, Green Day has launched another element of their ongoing protest against the soon-to-be 45th President of the United States.
Green Day Dedicate 'Boulevard of Broken Dreams' to Ghost Ship Victims"We have to cherish all the freaks and the weirdos," Armstrong said. "People need a place.”
Green Day Rock 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'The band performed "Revolution Radio" and "Bang Bang."
Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong Weighs in on ‘Fascist’ Trump ElectionArmstrong is voicing his disgust at the results of the election.
Green Day are 'Still Breathing' in New VideoEven the song has an uplifting message, the visual largely conveys a despondent feeling.
Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong Awkwardly Meets Joan Jett in ‘Ordinary World’ ClipGreen Day's Billie Joe Armstrong may be a self assured frontman in real life but he plays a drastically different character in the upcoming film Ordinary World.
Green Day’s ‘American Idiot’ Movie-Musical on the WayBillie Joe Armstrong plans to star at Billy, the role he created on Broadway.
Green Day Bash Donald Trump as Racist at New Jersey Club Show"Pulverize the Trump Towers," Armstrong sang in "American Idiot."
Green Day Throw a Rocking House Party in ‘Bang Bang’ VideoEven though it looks as though Green Day have taken up a secret life as bank robbers in their new music video “Bang Bang” off their upcoming album Revolution Radio, things aren’t exactly what they seem.
Billie Joe Armstrong's Film 'Ordinary World' Coming to a Theater Near YouThe musician turns actor for his role as an aging punk rocker.
Green Day Announce North American Club Dates, European Arena TourGreen Day will start their 'Revolution Radio' campaign with a dozen intimate North American club shows, starting September 20 in St. Louis, Missouri. Dates run through October 20 in Berkeley, California.