19 Aug '15, 2pm

[email protected] joins the SESAC Revolution! #SESACGoesGreen

Green Day, which emerged from the underground punk scene in Berkeley, California, first made an impression on the music scene in 1994 with the release of “Dookie,” a punk-pop album that sold more than 15 million copies and earned the band its first Grammy for Best Alternative Music Performance. The band spent the next decade releasing music and touring the world. In 2004, Green Day released what would become known as the band’s landmark CD, titled “American Idiot,” which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard chart, spawned five hit singles and earned seven Grammy nominations (the band won two Grammys, including Best Rock Album). The 2009 album, “21st Century Breakdown” won a Grammy for Best Rock Album and yielded “Know Your Enemy,” the first song ever to top Billboard’s Rock, Alternative and Mainstream Rock charts simultaneously, and “21 Guns,” which earned the band three 2009...

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