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Billie Joe Armstrong Reacts to Seeing Dwight + Andy Cover Green Day on ‘The Office’

While the U.S. version of The Office officially concluded its run in 2013, the series has continued to perform strong in syndication and through streaming services in recent years, picking up new fans along the way. During a recent episode of the Office Ladies podcast, it was revealed that Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong is a fan, and he recently came across a cover of his own music while binging the series.
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Billie Joe Armstrong Reacts to Seeing Dwight + Andy Cover Green Day on ‘The Office’

While the U.S. version of The Office officially concluded its run in 2013, the series has continued to perform strong in syndication and through streaming services in recent years, picking up new fans along the way. During a recent episode of the Office Ladies podcast, it was revealed that Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong is a fan, and he recently came across a cover of his own music while binging the series.
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Listen to Billie Joe Armstrong recap ‘The Office’ episode on ‘Office Ladies’ podcast

Sharing a name isn’t the only thing Billie Joe Armstrong has in common with Billie Eilish — they’re also both big fans of The Office. The Green Day frontman shared his love for all things Dunder Mifflin in a new installment of the Office Ladies podcast, in which cast members Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey — who played the characters Pam Beesly and Angela Martin, respectively — look back at each episode of the beloved sitcom.
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Slash, Billie Joe Armstrong, Randy Blythe + More Bemoan the Breakup of Max Creeps

It's a sad day in music, as Max Creeps, a supposedly highly-influential Seattle band have announced their split. But, you might be asking yourself, who are Max Creeps?. The group who formed after a chance encounter at David Bowie's 1973 Hammerstein Odeon show are said to have revolutionized music, inspiring such iconic punk acts as the Sex Pistols, the Clash and more while being forefathers of "punk rock."
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