With 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.
In order to keep up momentum for their third and final chapter in the ¡Uno! ¡Dos! ¡Tre! album trilogy, Green Day are streaming ¡Dos! in its entirety a week ahead of its release.
While Green Day fans will have to wait a little longer before the boys in the band get back on the road, they’re making it up by releasing “¡Tré!” this December instead of next January.
Green Day’s Mike Dirnt On Canceling Voodoo Festival Appearance: “Canceling Shows Is Something We Rarely Do”
“Canceling shows is something we rarely do,” said Tré Cool. “We never want to let our fans down, and we are grateful for all of you being understanding during this time.”
Green Day isn’t teasing fans with just a strip of the tortilla and a few pieces of grated cheddar. Today the band is giving up the whole enchilada. Listen to ¡Uno!, in its entirety.
Green Day has never met a stage they couldn’t rock. After laying waste to everything from tiny clubs to “America’s Got Talent” on their current press tour, Billie Joe and the gang are ready to turn up the punk power with a special show you can watch on your computer!
As Green Day prepares to launch ¡Uno!, the first album of a trilogy titled ‘¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, ¡Tré!, the band has revealed their U.S. tour schedule. Strangely absent are Los Angeles and San Francisco dates.
Green Day teams with the best-selling app of all time: Angry Birds. We can’t wait to aim our birds at the three new spiky-haired pigs.
Green Day surprised fans by playing a small club in Los Angeles Monday night, treating nearly 700 die-hards to a whopping 24 songs.
It’s no secret that Green Day is in the studio, but speculation has been mounting about what the trio have been creating. Will their new album return to their fast paced punk rock Dookie, another […]