In advance of the show’s television premiere, Nate Ruess told us about his experience performing with Beck in tribute to post-humous inductee Lou Reed.
Weezer, Brantley Gilbert and more will also be in attendance—think rock meets country.
Green Day may be international, but they always recognize their roots in Berkeley’s DIY all-ages venue 924 Gilman.
Miley Cyrus jamming with Joan Jett and Dave Grohl was a highlight; so was the duet between Stevie Wonder and John Legend.
“I’ve got, like, four or five songs right now,” said frontman Billie Joe Armstrong.
Why? Because of who was right off screen.
There were moving tributes to artists no longer with us, Bill Withers held a mic on stage, Green Day rocked, Ringo talked about farting and lots of guitar solos were played. And yes, Miley Cyrus was there.
Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt and Tre Cool all seemed pretty moved by their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
By Brian Ives If you’re a fan of the history of rock music, you probably will, at some point, get drawn into a debate about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, no matter what you […]
When I heard Warning, I was converted. I realize that that’s like deciding you’re a Clash fan at ‘Sandinista,’ or falling for the Replacements because of ‘All Shook Down.’
If you’ve never heard “Stop, Drop and Roll!!!,” stop what you’re doing right now and check it out. You’ll thank us later.
None of these sound the same – just similar enough that you root for them to mature into new places. How many punk bands inspire that wish?
Today we lionize the pre-natal albums before Green Day’s huge break, 1990’s ’39/Smooth’ and 1992’s ‘Kerplunk’.
Without ‘American Idiot,’ Green Day would have different plans for this weekend.
It’s been a while since anyone’s seen Green Day live, but that’s all about to change.
Stevie Wonder, Fall Out Boy and John Mayer will also be among the presenters.