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Nine Artists Who Re-Recorded Their Own Songs: Bob Dylan, Jackson Browne, and more

Musicians love doing their own interpretations of songs written by other people, but sometimes they make the unusual choice of recording new versions of their own songs. Sometimes this is done to improve on the original, but other times they simply ...

Eight Bands That Moved Away from Punk: Beastie Boys, Green Day, and more

The world would be a much poorer place if punk rock didn't exist. It's a great place for musicians to start out, but there's only so much someone can do within the genre before they or their audience gets bored with it, which is why so many bands ...

Green Day will be taking a break after upcoming Australian tour dates

Green Day have announced that they will be taking a break after the upcoming Australian tour in February and March of next year. Frontman Billie Joe Armstrong spoke to Jo Whiley earlier this week on her BBC Radio 2 show and shared about the decision.

Norah Jones and Billie Joe Armstrong record Everly Brothers cover album, 'Foreverly'

What happens when an indie-jazz singer and a pop-punk singer come together? A country album, of course. Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong has enlisted Norah Jones for a cover version of the Everly Brother's 1958 record, Songs Our Daddy Taught Us, ...

Green Day 'Dookie' Set: Billie Joe Armstrong & Rockers Perform 1994 Album In Entirety For London Show [WATCH]

Green Day stunned British fans on Wednesday night. Tne band unleashed a nice surprise (for the people over the age of 14, at least) and played the album Dookie in its entirety at London's Brixton Academy...

Green Day Did Not Violate Artist's Rights By Using Image As Backdrop for 2009 Tour, Court Rules

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in California ruled Wednesday that Green Day did not violate artist Dereck Seltzer's rights when it used an image of his "Scream Icon" during its 2009 tour. A district court in Los Angeles had already ruled in the ...

Mumford and Sons: 'An Offense To Rock 'n' Roll" According To Alice Cooper

Alice Cooper didn't go as far as to say he didn't like Mumford and Sons, but he definitely established his opinion on bands that dabble in folk rock and acoustic guitars. He told Fuse that describing Mumford as rock 'n' roll would be "an offense to ...

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