Watch Green Day Cover Chuck Berry's 'Johnny B. Goode' OnstageVIDEO: Green Day's version was recognizable, but fast and chaotic.
Tommy Page, Former Pop Star And Music Executive DiesPage, a former pop star whose song "I'll Be Your Everything" went to No. 1 in 1990, became a record company executive and a VP at Pandora, has died. He was 46.
Green Day Invites Disabled Fan OnstageBillie Joe Armstrong gave her the guitar after her performance.
Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong Is 'In A State Of Shock' About President TrumpGreen Day's Billie Joe Armstrong is the latest artist to speak out over President Donald Trump's executive orders.
Green Day Billie Joe Armstrong's Youngest Son, Jakob Danger, Releases 3 SongsLISTEN: Some of the magic lies within the dirty recording of the songs... as if recorded on cassette shoved in a boom box.
Green Day Debut Anti-Trump Video For 'Troubled Times'The video's director pulls out all the stops to paint Trump as a tyrant and proliferator of hate.
Green Day Announce Bay Area 2017 Tour Summer DateThe band will play a second 24-date leg in August and September, starting in Auburn, Washington on August 1.
Green Days' Billie Joe Armstrong Joins Kids at Oakland Charity GigThe family that plays together, stays together...
Green Day's Emotional Tribute To Ghost Ship Fire VictimsBay Area punk heroes Green Day paid heartfelt tribute to those who lost their lives in the Oakland Ghost Ship Warehouse Fire during their set at LIVE 105's Not So Silent Night Saturday.
Green Day Pays Tribute To Ghost Ship Victims At Not So Silent NightBay Area punk heroes Green Day paid heartfelt tribute to those who lost their lives in the Oakland Ghost Ship warehouse fire during their set at LIVE 105's Not So Silent Night Saturday.
Green Day's Armstrong Attends Oakland Fire VigilGreen Day's Billie Joe Armstrong showed how he has stayed true to his Oakland roots Monday night, attending the Lake Merritt vigil for the victims of the Ghost Ship warehouse fire.
Green Day Shout Anti-Trump Lyrics During AMA PerformaceThe line comes from the song "Born to Die" by the Texas hardcore band MDC and the original lyric is "No War, No KKK, no fascist USA."