Billie Joe

Farber, Jim
April 1996
Seventeen;Apr96, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p103
Presents an interview with Billie Joe Armstrong of the rock band Green Day. Impact of band's popularity on views on music; Appeal of music to children; Childhood experiences; Dropping out of school; Music as escapism.


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