Green Day Make ‘Final’ Concert Announcement


Green Day drummer Tre Cool has announced on social media via Instagram that the group will be guests on KROQ’s Kevin and Bean’s Final Breakfast concert. With this, co-host of the Kevin and Bean show, Gene “Bean” Baxter recently announced that he will be departing the KROQ morning show Kevin & Bean after thirty years on air together. Howard Stern recently reacted to a ‘loser’ Green Day remark.

The surprise announcement came during the top of the hour of the Wednesday morning edition of the program. You can check out Green Day’s appearance on the show this Monday. This Green Day member’s stunning LGBTQ pride photo was revealed a couple of days ago.

Green Day fans discussed the band’s eighth studio album “21st Century Breakdown” and it’s legacy in a recent topic within the band’s subreddit.

SanfordNimrod pointed out: “Their magnum opus, in my opinion, they took so many risks and that resulted in some of the most exciting music of their career. The tour for that album was a prime time to see them live, look up some of the setlists from that era they were ideal. They started something new when they made Warning, that artistic approach really hit its stride on American Idiot, and 21st was like the epic conclusion to a trilogy of sorts. I don’t think it gets enough love at all.”

Billie Joe Armstrong ‘breaking down crying’ was revealed by a big name last week. Feylgd replied: “It’s easily their best work. Many people say it’s just AI part 2 and they should’ve done something different like going back to the roots. I disagree very much and I say it was important to go even bigger because they showed us that AI wasn’t just a coincidence. Billie Joe [Armstrong] definitely proved that he’s a first-class songwriter and definitely one of the greats.”

KFCNyanCat said: “One of their top three. The first full album I listened to and still one of my favorites to this day. Though AI tells a better actual story, 21CB gives me the sense of progression I look for in concept albums better and lets’ be honest, you probably won’t understand the story until you either read the lyric booklet or listen long enough to fully understand them anyway. Actually, though it’s not my favorite concept album of all time (Dark Side of the Moon wins that exchange hands down) it might be the most epic feeling one that I’ve heard.”