Green Day, in fact, has been doing everything in its power to state that it should not be considered an important band. As evidence, the band has its own "Angry Birds" characters.
It's all fun and games, sure, but after "American Idiot," Green Day positioned itself as a band that wasn't afraid to tackle big issues and a band that could address them with musical adventurousness.
The band is on the verge of releasing three albums, the first of which, "¡Uno!" arrives Sept. 25, and nowhere in the band's initial singles from the project is there any sense that the band views itself as anything other than pop star jokesters.
And yet with each passing album Keys moves away from her strength. The MTV VMAs performance came complete with an out-of-place
Former country star