No macho freak

Chiu, Christina
November 1995
Scholastic Choices;Nov/Dec95, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p4
Reports that music has always more than a path to stardom to Billie Joe Armstrong of the musical group `Green Day.' Significance of music for Armstrong; Animosity towards blatant violence; Essence of punk music for Armstrong; Guitar as the most memorable memento bequeathed by Armstrong's grandfather.


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