Green Day articles
With a sound straight out of the 1960s, Foxoboro Hot Tubs has put Green Day fans into a frenzy with speculations about the new side band project.
Human rights; something many people consider to be established and customary throughout the world. Sadly, that’s a blissful misconception. Equality and justice are just two far fetched ideas in the eyes of some people, including those in Darfur. Green Day, along with other musicians, took on the task of raising awareness of this and trying to help those desperate people. With this goal in mind, Instant Karma was created.
We are all aware of the fact that protecting our environment is something that each and every one of us is responsible for. We aren’t the only ones who know that, Green Day is actively involved in protecting the world we live in as well, which is why they have formed a partnership with the NRDC.
Green Day's new album after American Idiot wasn't due for quite some time, but luckily fans had something to satisfy their intense Green Day cravings until then: The Saints are Coming.
John Kiffmeyer's stay in Green Day may not have been for a long amount of time, but while he was there he jump-started their musical career. His reputation in the Punk community is what helped Green Day become what they are today. His mad drumming skills helped a little bit as well of course!
Many of you have heard of the movie, Riding in Cars with Boys, starring Drew Barrymore, but have you heard of Riding in Vans with Boys? This rock documentary tells the tail of 4 awesome bands and their journey on the Pop Disaster Tour.
Jason White may not be an official member of Green Day, but his contributions are huge. Ever since Warning he has been lending a helping hand to Green Day so that they can make the awesome music so dearly loved by fans.
Mike has an amazing family that has supported him thoughout his entire carrer. All the way from his tough childhood up to now, where he has his own children, read on to discover all about The Dirnts.
Dookie, Insomniac, Nimrod, and Warning, all 4 very well known albums that produced unforgettable hits that hold monumental positions in rock history; after all they are all Green Day albums. So, after having 19 hit songs, it only seems logical to release a Greatest Hits album, thus International Superhits! was born.
October 3rd, 2000: you should remember that date, because with it Green Day went in a totally new direction, a new vibe of music. The certified gold album Warning was Green Day’s fourth studio album with Reprise. It was lyrically amazing, and introduced new instruments into Green Day’s songs, adding a unique mature sound to the punks' records.