Published: Tue, October 11, 2016
Economy | By Melissa Porter

Green Day coming to Gwinnett

"Revolution Radio" is not generating a particularly substantial amount of TEA (track sales/10) or SEA (track streams/1500), but its overall consumption total is also pacing to be the week's best. If Revolution Radio can keep up its momentum, it will be Green Day's third UK Number 1 album following 2004's American Idiot and 2009's 21st Century Breakdown.

Armstrong has already dissed Donald Trump on this tour, but the Webster Hall show featured no extended political rants.

Armstrong is set to reprise his role as drug dealer St. Jimmy from the Broadway production.

Green Day formed in 1986 in Berkeley, California.

Green Day are now on the road for their short jaunt of small venue shows, which includes an October 17th gig at Los Angeles' Palladium before a hometown gig October 20th at Berkeley's UC Theatre.

After a handful of US shows to close out October, Green Day will head out on a European tour to open 2017.

The American Idiot movie idea has been kicking around for about 10 years now.

Green Day is back with a vengeance with their latest album, Revolution Radio, which hits stores everywhere today.

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