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The two rock acts, along with other inductees including Joan Jett, Bill Withers and Paul Butterfield Blues Band, will be honored at a ceremony at Cleveland's Public Hall on April 18, 2015.
According to Green Day's official site, the 41-year-old musician has been diagnosed with 'a treatable form' of tonsil cancer and is expected to 'make a full and speedy recovery.'
The acts, along with Stevie Ray Vaughan, Bill Withers and Sting, are first-time nominees, joining repeat nominees including N.W.A., Chic and Kraftwerk.
In an interview with a British radio, frontman Billie Joe Armstrong says that he and his bandmates need a break to charge their batteries.
The movie from director Doug Hamilton follows lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong's journey from punk rock concert to the Broadway stage.
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.