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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In December, 2007, the members of Green Day, along with Prima Donna singer and guitarist Kevin Preston, created a MySpace page and website for a band called Foxboro Hot Tubs. Over the next few months, rumors ran rampant that the group was, indeed, an alias for Green Day (the fact that the original songs available on the band's website and MySpace page clearly featured Armstrong on vocals were something of a tip-off). By April 2008, Armstrong confirmed as much in an email to MTV: "The only similarity," between Foxboro Hot Tubs and Green Day, he wrote, "is that we are the same band." Soon after, the Hot Tubs issued a full-length album, the garage-rocking Stop Drop and Roll!!!, and, in a particularly meta moment, performed on Last Call With Carson Daly – during a week dedicated to Green Day.

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