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Billie Joe Armstrong thought the Nirvana frontman was his generation's John Lennon and Paul McCartney. And Beck thinks he owes a debt of gratitude to the singer-guitarist for opening the world's ears to a thriving, but little-heard underground scene.
We're all for big imaginations here at The Musical Box, but a new music video referencing our home state is summoning some serious head scratching. The clip comes to us from the odd couple of Billie Joe Armstrong and Norah Jones and their splendid
Twenty years ago come Saturday, Green Day dropped Dookie on an unsuspecting human race. Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt, and Tre Cool have given our great hurtling orb two decades of stultifying pop-punk simulacra. Two decades of copies of their
Des Moines Performing Arts will present American Idiot to the Des Moines Civic Center Friday, Jan. 24, and Saturday, Jan. 25, 2014...Single tickets to American Idiot are available at www.desmoinesperformingarts.org, the Civic Center Ticket Office,
Norah Jones and Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong met after both performing with Stevie Wonder, and when Armstrong decided he wanted to do his own version of The Everly Brothers 1958 album Songs Our Daddy Taught Us , his wife suggested he ask Jones if
Green Day trio (from left) Tre Cool, Billie Joe Armstrong and Mike Dirnt...The headlining act for Soundwave 2014 will take a break after their trip down under. "We're going to Australia, doing a tour there and then we're going to take a break,"
Norah Jones and Green Day frontman team up for loving revival...Billie Joe Armstrong has a future in sales if the music thing doesn't work out. Just ask Norah Jones, who had every intention of turning down an interesting but odd pitch from the Green
Whether it is Nick Cave threatening Kylie Minogue with a rock or Mark Lanegan grizzling beside Isobel Campbell's dulcet tones, duets have become all about beauty meets the beast. Now, though, a fresh collaboration reminds us of a different style
Close your eyes and imagine what a tribute to the Everly Brothers featuring Norah Jones and Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day would sound like. "Foreverly," Jones' and Armstrong's ode to the brothers' work, sounds identical to the renditions of the
Tenn. (AP) Billie Joe Armstrong has a future in sales if the music thing doesn't work out. Just ask Norah Jones, who had every intention of turning down an interesting but odd pitch from the Green Day frontman because of tour exhaustion when she got