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The upcoming March 15 gig will mark the punk rock band's debut performance at the music and film festival.
Billie Joe Armstrong said in a statement that he is 'getting better everyday' and is ready to hit the road with his band this March.
The punk rock group try to show kids of today how music was played before the digital age and release a video entirely made up of a single cassette tape shot.
The Billie Joe Armstrong-fronted punk rockers make the final part of their trilogy installment available for streaming online.
The punk band's 'Uno!', 'Dos!' and 'Tre!' will have an accompanying documentary, 'Quatro!', which will feature behind-the-scenes footage of the trio's creative process that resulted in the trilogy.
The punk band release an amusing clip for their 'Stray Heart' track that serves as a warning for womanizers everywhere.
After dropping the rest of their tour dates for 2012, the band push for an early release of their album 'Dos!' as a peace offering for their fans
Amidst the band's recent tour dates cancellation, fans get something to be happy about as 'The Forgotten' video for the final 'Twilight Saga' film is debuted.
Frontman Billie Joe Armstrong's condition has forced the band to cancel more performance dates, but it's not all bad as their 'Tre!' launch moves up a month earlier.
Claiming that 'canceling show is something we rarely do,' drummer Tre Cool apologizes to fans for the decision to pull out of the upcoming New Orleans music festival.
The soundtrack for the final 'Twilight' film also includes a duet by cast member Nikki Reed and her hubby Paul McDonald, and a new song by Christina Perri.
The English folk rock band's album 'Babel' sells 600,000 copies, topping Green Day's 'Uno!' and No Doubt's 'Push and Shove' which sit at No. 2 and 3 respectively on Billboard 200.
Following Billy Joe Armstrong's on-stage antics and substance abuse issue, the punk rock trio debut the bare-bones clip which was recorded during their Orange County rehearsal last August.
The 'American Idiot' hitmakers also apologize for what happened in the Las Vegas concert, clarifying that their set 'was not cut short by Clear Channel.'
The band's frontman Billie Joe Armstrong trashed the pop star after their set was cut short at iHeartRadio Music Festival.