Jimmy Fallon is known for his sense of humor and his surprise appearances with famous artists. Recently, he made a surprise appearance with Green Day at a New York subway station. The band set up an improvised stage at the Rockefeller Center station and performed some songs for the audience.
Videos of the surprise show show a group of bearded men arriving at the scene and hanging up their instruments. However, they soon took off their costumes and revealed that they were the members of Green Day: Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt, and Tré Cool, along with Fallon, who joined in with a tambourine.
The mini set was not officially announced, but Green Day left clues on their social media, such as sharing a video of Miley Cyrus’ performance at the same station seven years ago. This mobilized several fans of the band, who filled the subway hallways to see the surprise performance.
During the performance, Green Day played songs such as “Feel Like Makin’ Love”, “Basket Case”, and covers of “Look Ma, No Brains!” by Bad Company and “Rock And Roll All Nite” by Kiss. The band is in New York City to present their new studio album titled Saviors, which is set to be released on January 19.
In related news, there has been talk about a similarity between a song by Green Day and a song by P!nk, with some people accusing Green Day of plagiarism. This has sparked a discussion among fans and music enthusiasts.
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