“I feel like these songs have been trapped in Billie Joe’s head for a long time and he was just waiting for the perfect time to release them. Thank god he did.”
Billie Joe Armstrong
Check this, old school Green Day fans.
And it looks old school punk AF
“We need more young rebel heroes with loud guitars.”
Billie Joe & Tim have combined their punk powers (& surnames).
What’s in a name…
BJ nails dad rock in the trailer for ‘Ordinary World’.
The start of October generally means a couple of basic things: the weather starts warming up, Westfield starts putting out its Christmas decorations (because it’s just around the corner you guys!), you start to seriously think about maybe actually doing your tax return soon, and Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong essentially becomes Jeff from The
Yesterday’s 2015 MTV Video Music Awards saw pop royalty bask in the spotlight of one of the biggest music award shows of the year, but Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong believes the VMAs aren’t showing enough support for up-and-coming rock acts. Taking to Twitter following this year’s VMAs ceremony, Armstrong posted, “Just watched VMAs. Seriously
Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong has revealed that the punk rock trio intend to take a break following their headline set at Soundwave 2014. Armstrong told an interviewer that the band wish to ‘charge their batteries’ and pursue other interests before returning to Green Day. Last week, Armstrong told BBC Radio 2‘s Jo Whitley,
Psy has thanked Green Day frontman, Billie Joe Armstrong, for describing him as “the herpes of music.” Psy’s gracious reply occurred during an interview with Fuse TV, where the Gangnam Style performer was informed of Armstrong’s Instagram post. When first told of Billie’s comment, Psy was unsure as to what herpes are. The presenter then
Billie Joe Armstong is back – and in finer form than ever, as it turns out. The recently embattled Green Day vocalist has taken aim at K-Pop ambassador PSY, and opened fire. In an Instagram post, Armstrong has labeled PSY “the herpes of music”. A pretty wild claim, but backed up by the comparison that
Green Day’s Mike Dirnt and Billie Joe Armstrong have revealed that they got into a backstage tussle after Armstrong’s infamous meltdown at the iHeartRadio Festival in Las Vegas in September. In a new interview with Rolling Stone, the duo spoke about the internal dramas within the band last year, which peaked with the September incident.
Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong has issued his first public statement since entering rehab during September last year. Armstrong’s statement has been posted as three separate images on the lead singer’s Instgram account. In the statement Armstrong thanks his fans, friends and family for their continued support as he continues to recover from substance
Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong was rushed to hospital yesterday after complaining about stomach pains while in his room at the Majestic hotel in Bologna, Italy. Consequently, the band had to cancel a show. The two other band members posted a statement along with this video, saying: “We sincerely apologize to our fans, but unfortunately
Green Day are said to have a bunch of new tracks ready to roll for a new album. Singer and songwriter Billie Joe Armstrong took to Twitter to reveal that the band have a ‘tonne of new songs’ and that new work will sound ‘fresh and high energy’.