Time of Their Lives: Green Day's 22 Biggest Days

As the punk rockers prepare to enter the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, we look back at the memorable moments that helped get them there

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Charity Case

Back in 2006, there were arguably no bigger rock bands in the world than U2 and Green Day. So it was appropriate that, looking to raise funds to aid those affected by Hurricane Katrina, the two acts teamed up to record a cover of the Skids' 1978 song "The Saints Are Coming" as a charity single. That September 25th, prior to the first New Orleans Saints home game at the Louisiana Superdome since the venue had been heavily damaged in Katrina, the two groups appeared together at the sold-out stadium to perform that song and others live. As an added bonus, the Saints pummeled the Atlanta Falcons that night, 23-3.

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