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  • Hartt Grad In "American Idiot" Tour Heading To Bushnell

    Hartt Grad In "American Idiot" Tour Heading To Bushnell
    Jamal Shuriah, a Hartt School grad, will be in the ensemble of the international tour of Green Day's "American Idiot" when it comes to the Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts in  Hartford Feb. 26 to March 3. Alex Nee will star as Johnny, along with...
  • MTV Video Music Awards: Green Day, Keys disappoint Taylor Swift?

    A Green Day member sporting a "Free Pussy Riot" T-shirt was about as political as the 2012 MTV VMAs were able to get. The band unveiled yet another new song, "Let Yourself Go," and the song, again, saw the band moving away from the political and social...
  • Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong rants in Las Vegas, off to rehab

    Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong rants in Las Vegas, off to rehab
    Green Day lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong is heading to rehab just days before the band is to release the first of three new albums. The revelation comes less than 48 hours after Armstrong ranted and smashed his guitar at Clear Channel's iHeartRadio...
  • Cheap Time's Half-Sugary, Half-Sour Garage Pop Arrives at Cafe Nine on Sept. 30

    In 1989, a four-ish-year-old Jeffrey Novak scored the Ghostbusters II soundtrack — his first record purchase. The album, which featured contributions from Bobby Brown, Run-D.M.C. and Elton John, did not change his life — at least not in the...
  • Album review: Green Day, 'Uno'

    Album review: Green Day, 'Uno'
    2 stars (out of 4) Green Day has been in the business of making rock operas and Broadway plays for the last decade, but on “Uno” (Warner) the trio tries to conjure up a simpler time: the pop-punk brattiness of their 1994 16 million-selling...
  • 'American Idiot' musical to hit O.C.

     'American Idiot' musical to hit O.C.
    "It's not over 'till you're underground It's not over before it's too late This city's burnin' It's not my burden It's not over before it's too late" — Green Day, "Letterbomb" * Punk band Green Day skyrocketed to fame in the 1990s, but is...
  • Metallica to Take Green Day's Headliner Spot

    Metallica to Take Green Day's Headliner Spot
    Voodoo Fest announced Metallica will take Green Day's headlining spot. The band will perform Saturday night October 7. Drummer Lars Ulrich says the band is very excited to be part of the festival. Green Day had to cancel because their front man...
  • On Theater: 'American Idiot' the musical a powerful, but loud, ride

    On Theater: 'American Idiot' the musical a powerful, but loud, ride
    If Broadway shows were rated in terms of volume alone, Green Day's "American Idiot," now on stage at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts, would win every Tony award in sight. Strident, confrontational and ear-splittingly raucous, this story of three young...
  • Sunday's Calendar

    SUNDAY Fish Fry and Carnival The 65th annual Fish Fry and Carnival, presented by the Costa Mesa-Newport Harbor Lions Club, continues at its new location in Fairview Park, 2525 Placentia Ave. Costa Mesa, from 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. For more information,...
  • Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong surprises 'American Idiot' cast in Costa Mesa

    Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong surprises 'American Idiot' cast in Costa Mesa
    The Green Day-based musical "American Idiot" held its closing performance Sunday at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, and a surprise guest made an appearance: Green Day's lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong.  According to the "American Idiot" Twitter page,...
  • Emily's Army, the punk offspring of Green Day, makes some noise

    Emily's Army, the punk offspring of Green Day, makes some noise
    When he was 12, Joey Armstrong triumphantly walked off the stage after his band finished its first-ever performance. His preteen punk band had won over some new fans and, more important, his secret was still safe. Or so he thought — until the...