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Friday, 28 May 2010
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Band members


Current members

* Billie Joe Armstrong – lead vocals, guitars (1987–present)
* Mike Dirnt – bass, backing vocals (1987–present)
* Tré Cool – drums, percussion (1990–present)

Former members

* John Kiffmeyer – drums, percussion, backing vocals (1987–1990)

Current touring members

* Jason White – guitars, backing vocals (1999–present)
* Jason Freese – keyboards, piano, acoustic guitar, trombone, saxophone, accordion, backing vocals (2003–present)
* Jeff Matika – rhythm guitar, backing vocals (2009–present)

Former touring members

* Timmy Chunks – rhythm guitar (1997–1999)
* Garth Schultz – trombone, trumpet (1997–1999)
* Gabrial McNair – trombone, tenor saxophone (1999–2001)
* Kurt Lohmiller – trumpet, timpani, percussion, backing vocals (1999–2004)
* Mike Pelino – rhythm guitar, backing vocals (2004–2005)
* Ronnie Blake – trumpet, timpani, percussion, backing vocals (2004–2005)

Discography
Main article: Green Day discography

* 39/Smooth (1990)
* Kerplunk (1992)
* Dookie (1994)
* Insomniac (1995)
* Nimrod (1997)
* Warning (2000)
* American Idiot (2004)
* 21st Century Breakdown (2009)

CHORD AND LYRIC GREEN DAY
Boulevard of Broken Dreams
Intro: Fm  G#  D#  Bb

Verse 1:
Fm          G#
I walk a lonely road 
    D#                    Bb
The only one that I have ever known 
Fm          G#
Don't know were it goes 
    D#                    Bb
But it's home to me and I walk alone 

Fm G# D# Bb

Fm          G#
I walk this empty street 
    D#                    Bb
On the Boulevard of broken dreams 
Fm          G#
Were the city sleeps 
    D#                    Bb
And I'm the only one and I walk alone

Fm G# D# Bb 2x
I walk alone I walk alone...

Chorus:
C#      G#       Bb            F
My shadows the only one that walks beside me 
C#      G#       Bb            F
My shallow hearts the only thing that's beating 
C#      G#       Bb            F
Sometimes I wish someone out there will find me
C#      G#       C
'Till then I'll walk alone 

Fm G# D# Bb (2x)
Aha... aha...

Verse 2:
Fm          G#
I'm walking down the line
D#                  Bb
That divides me somewhere in my mind 
Fm        G#        D#
On the border line of the edge 
     Bb
And where I walk alone 

Fm G# D# Bb

Fm          G#
Read between the lines
D#                  Bb
What's fucked up and everything's alright 
Fm        G#             D#            Bb
Check my vital signs to know I'm still alive 

And I walk alone

Fm G# D# Bb 2x
I walk alone I walk alone...

Back to Chorus

Fm G# D# Bb (2x)
Aha... aha...

Verse 3:
Fm          G#
I walk this empty street 
    D#                    Bb
On the Boulevard of broken dreams 
Fm          G#
Were the city sleeps 
    D#                    Bb
And I'm the only one and I walk alone

Back to Chorus

Outro:
F C# D# D G# E (4x)

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Related projects
Main article: Green Day related projects

Ever since 1991, some members of the band have branched out past Green Day and have started other projects with other musicians. Notable related projects of Green Day include Billie Joe Armstrong's Pinhead Gunpowder (which also features Green Day's live backup guitarist Jason White), The Frustrators in which Mike Dirnt plays bass, and The Network, in which all three members of Green Day play under fake stage names. Billie Joe Armstrong has also confirmed that the main members of Green Day are in the band Foxboro Hot Tubs. A Foxboro Hot Tubs album titled Stop Drop and Roll!!! was released on May 20, 2008.

In September 2006, Green Day teamed up with U2 and producer Rick Rubin to record a cover of the song "The Saints Are Coming", originally recorded by The Skids, with an accompanying video. The song is to benefit Music Rising, an organization to help raise money for musicians' instruments lost during Hurricane Katrina, and to bring awareness on the eve of the one year anniversary of the disaster.

"Working Class Hero"
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"Working Class Hero", a cover of a John Lennon song, was released on the Instant Karma CD.
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In December 2006, Green Day and NRDC opened a web site in partnership to raise awareness on America's dependency on oil.

Green Day released a cover of the John Lennon song "Working Class Hero", that was featured on the album Instant Karma: The Amnesty International Campaign to Save Darfur. The band performed the song on the season finale of American Idol. The song was nominated for a Grammy in 2008, but lost to The White Stripes' "Icky Thump".

That summer, the band appeared in a cameo role in The Simpsons Movie, where they perform the show's theme song. Their version was released as a single on July 24, 2007.

In 2009, the band collaborated with theatre director Michael Mayer to adapt their rock opera American Idiot into a one-act stage musical that premiered at the Berkeley Rep on September 15, 2009.

The show then moved to Broadway on April 20, 2010. The reviews have been positive to mixed. Christopher Isherwood of The New York Times wrote an enthusiastic review for the Broadway production. He called the show "a pulsating portrait of wasted youth that invokes all the standard genre conventions ... only to transcend them through the power of its music and the artistry of its execution, the show is as invigorating and ultimately as moving as anything I’ve seen on Broadway this season. Or maybe for a few seasons past." Jed Gottleib of the Boston Herald enjoyed the premise of the show but found that "the music and message suffer in a setting where the audience is politely, soberly seated". Michael Kuchiwara of the Associated Press found the show to be "visually striking [and] musically adventurous", but noted that "the show has the barest wisp of a story and minimal character development".Paul Kolnik in USA Today enjoyed the contradiction that Green Day's "massively popular, starkly disenchanted album ... would be the feel-good musical of the season". Time magazine's Richard Zoglin opined that the score "is as pure a specimen of contemporary punk rock as Broadway has yet encountered [yet] there's enough variety. ... Where the show fall short is as a fully developed narrative." He concluded that "American Idiot, despite its earnest huffing and puffing, remains little more than an annotated rock concert. ... Still, [it] deserves at least two cheers – for its irresistible musical energy and for opening fresh vistas for that odd couple, rock and Broadway." Peter Travers from Rolling Stone, in his review of American Idiot, wrote "Though American Idiot carries echoes of such rock musicals as Tommy, Hair, Rent and Spring Awakening, it cuts its own path to the heart. You won’t know what hit you. American Idiot knows no limits — it's a global knockout."

The musical has been nominated for several Tony Awards, including Best Musical and Best Scenic Design. It was also nominated for a number of Drama Desk Awards and Outer Critics Circle Awards.

In October, a Green Day art project was exhibited at StolenSpace Gallery in London. The exhibition showed artworks created for each of the songs on 21st Century Breakdown, was supported by the band, and led by their manager Pat Magnarella.[68] He explained in an interview that "[Artists are] basically like rock bands. Most are creating their art, but don't know how to promote it."For Billie Joe Armstrong, "Many of the artists... show their work on the street, and we feel a strong connection to that type of creative expression.”

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