Green Day was playing a sold-out show to a St. Patrick's Day crowd at Worcester's DCU when frontman Billie Joe Armstrong called for volunteer guitarist. Green Day was playing a sold-out show to a St. Patrick's Day crowd at Worcester's DCU Center on Friday when frontman Billie Joe Armstrong called for volunteer guitarists for their next scottdwebgraphics.com: Awesome Jelly. Mar 22, · David Black Green Day Brings Young Fan Onstage To Play GuitarAuthor: David Black. At a show in Worcester, Massachusetts this weekend, Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong invited a young fan on stage to rock out with the band. Armstrong pointed out a fan with dyed green hair, asking him if he could play guitar, and if he knew how to play three chords. Jun 22, · During her summer tour, Raitt initiated the Green Highway eco-village with interactive demos and information for her fans, a project that helped to inspire nonprofit Reverb to green . Jul 23, · Packers Experience brings NFL to Titletown, maybe more than once Free four-day festival celebrating Packers' th season of football watched closely by NFL. Packers want to . Jul 08, · This is the worst. Pedro Aunion Monroy, a year-old acrobat from Brighton, United Kingdom, fell more than feet to his death on Friday night during a Green Day . Aug 10, · Green Day has parted ways with Pat Magnarella, the band's manager since , to join Crush Music, home to Sia, Fall Out Boy, and Lorde. Green Day: The Early Years "Green Day: The Early Years" chronicles the rise of the world's most influential punk band, from their origins playing shows at Berkley's notorious Gilman Street venue in the late 80s, through the release of the platinum-selling Dookie in
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I just can't say that enough,'' she said. What about music for the parachute team scheduled to land on the field during halftime? Green then moved within earshot of these play-and hay-makers, raised a hand above his head, and mouthed words to the effect of: Calm the hell down. But those moments when the stadium erupts after a touchdown and celebrates with a Lambeau Leap, or "when the mojo is going and you can just feel the energy,'' that's what it's all about, Valdez Dow said. My dark-horse favorite. There was a time years ago when the TV commercial breaks meant Lambeau simply filled that time with in-stadium commercials.