This Green Day performance took place at the rehearsal for the 2005 MTV Video Music Awards. That year Green Day made their super successful “American Idiot” comeback album. By the looks of it, the very confident Billie Joe Armstrong and his eyeliner are gearing up to receive the seven awards they would win later that evening.
You don’t need to do much in that black and red get up and studded belt à la mid-2000s emo.
Gary Clark Jr.
Gary Clark Jr. may have been ripping it up on stage, but aside from the killer riffs, it looks like he may have ripped something else. When you're stuck mid guitar solo and you realize you may have had an accident, there is not much you more you can do.
The crowd would have never forgiven a walk-off in the middle "When My Train Pulls In." At least that open shirt is enough of a distraction.
Somebody get Chris Martin out of there. It looks like he is seconds away from fainting from pure heat exhaustion. With Cold Play's low energy sound, we can't quite fathom what all the excitement is about anyway.
And if you're going to be hopping about on stage, ditch those long sleeves.
We apologize. Billie Joe is not the only Green Day member. He is also certainly not the only member to be so underwhelmed with the performance. With this extreme "yawn" face we're starting to feel like none of them want to be there in the first place.
At least these American Idiots went home with the gold. If you grew up in the 2000s, you're going to be happy about that.
It must have been a full moon during this show for the great indie trio, Haim. Or at least that's what basis Este Haim thought as she turned into a full-blooded werewolf during this performance at The Greek Theater.
Hopefully, the rest of the band remains unaffected.