When a pitbull named Mochi was stolen from her home in San Francisco, her owners took to social media to let the world know. Then some nice Green Day fans help find the pup.
Better luck next year Nine Inch Nails, N.W.A. and the Smiths.
Cheap Trick, Darlene Love, Brody Dalle and Kathleen Hanna with Adam Horovitz were among the other performers paying tribute to Jett last night in New York City.
Also nominated: Stevie Ray Vaughan, War, the Marvelettes and the Smiths.
While most adults deal with their sordid past through therapy, musicians write songs to cope with the horrible things their parents did to them. Check out nine songs that prove that moving on—like breaking up—is rather hard to do.
“I’m just kind of tired of junk food movies,” Dirnt said. “Here’s something that’s a feel good, feel bad and feel everything movie.”
If your pursuit of happiness over the holiday happens to include couch surfing, we’ve scouted out five American music documentaries you might enjoy.
A new Green Day covers compilation from Kerrang centering on the band’s American Idiot has entered the building, and it features one of pop’s rising boy bands taking the reins on the title track.
Green Day will celebrate Record Store Day with the release 18 demos, including an unreleased track, from the ¡Uno!, ¡Dos! and ¡Tré! sessions.
Ever wonder what the Foo Fighter’s 1997 hit “Everlong” would sound like played on an old dot matrix printer? Well someone has actually figured it out. Someone with a lot of time on their hands.
With 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.
To save you the grunt work of tracking down concert films and docs amidst 12 seasons of Murder, She Wrote, here’s a look at the most noteworthy music-related titles newly available to stream.
Drake, Kanye West and Robin Thicke all pay homage to the man with the best hair in the news business.
Billie Joe Armstrong made a country record, and no one is more surprised about this than the Green Day frontman himself.
A new documentary chronicling the journey of Green Day’s 2004 album, American Idiot from recording studio to the Broadway stage is hitting theaters this fall.
K-pop superstar Psy is not easily insulted. Two days after Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong compared Psy to herpes, the “Gangnam Style” singer has responded.