Billy Joel Armstrong and his bandmates will perform at Reading on Friday, August 23rd, before embarking on their performance at Leeds on Saturday, August 24rd, which will be the group's first live show since Billy Joel had to go to rehab.
The band's long-time producer and Warner Bros. Records chairman Rob Cavallo has voiced his concerns about Armstrong's rehab, and how it might impact their touring and promotional plans for the coming future.
This weekend, thousands of Green Day fans in Italy were disappointed when a concert headlined by the band was canceled at the last moment. Green Day's lead singer, Billie Joe Armstrong, was hospitalized on Saturday “due to illness."
Green Day has seen as much success and critical acclaim as any modern day rock band. However, that doesn't mean that the crew minds going back to its grunge roots for the release of their new video, "Oh Love."