She was sentenced to rehab in May in a plea deal for reckless driving and lying to police during a June 2010 accident on Pacific Coast Highway.
After months of rumors and speculation, Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong has broken his silence on the substance abuse issues that landed him in rehab late last year.
After Green Day was forced to cancel a slew of appearances when frontman Billie Joe Armstrong checked into rehab back in September following an onstage meltdown in Vegas, the band has announced their imminent return with a string of 2013 tour dates and a message from Armstrong himself to the fans.
When life gives you lemons, says Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker, you dress them up with hella tattoos before making delicious vodka-lemonade cocktails. Or something like that…
Mark Hoppus Of Blink-182 Sends A Message To Green Day And Billie Joe Armstrong: “I Wish Them Nothing But Health And Success”
Blink-182′s Mark Hoppus sends well wishes to Green Day and Billie Joe Armstrong, whose current stint in rehab has put his band’s tour plans on hold while he gets better.
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.”
While Billie Joe Armstrong takes a much-needed break from the promotional grind, Green Day release a video of the band doing what they do best: Rocking out.
Green Day has been performing together since 1987 (albeit the band members were 15 then, and 40 now), perhaps this little stint in rehab is the perfect marketing tool for a 25-year-old rock band.
Green Day played a radio festival Friday night. A fiery Billie Joe Armstrong dropped 22 f-bombs and proceeded to destroy his guitar.