Green Day bassist Mike Dirnt has told NME that going back on the road after frontman Billie Joe Armstrong's stint in rehab is going to be "nerve-wracking," adding that the band and its crew will be watching out for Armstrong's well-being.
More details about the path that led to Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong's onstage meltdown in Las Vegas last September, and his subsequent trip to rehab, have been revealed now that his full interview with Rolling Stone hit the stands on Friday (March 1st).
Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong has opened up about his years of drug and alcohol abuse, his onstage meltdown last fall in Las Vegas and his rehab stint in a new interview with Rolling Stone that hits newsstands on Friday (March 1st).
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