If you enjoyed Green Day’s appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert a couple of weeks ago, you’ll love the new videos the show just released on their YouTube page.
The first video is a mini-doc of the band’s day performing on The Late Show, including additional performances of “Revolution Radio,” “Forever Now” and “Ordinary World” which didn’t make it to air.
Go behind the scenes with iconic rock band Green Day as they spend a magical day mixing it up with Stephen Colbert and Jon Batiste backstage at The Late Show, and follow them on stage as they perform brand new songs 'Revolution Radio,' 'Forever Now' and 'Ordinary World.'
The second video appeared on last night’s episode of The Late Show, and according to Colbert is the first video in a new segment called “Lyrics We Can Afford To Songs We Love.” Spoiler: It’s pretty damn funny.
Green Day's classic hit 'Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)' is the subject of Stephen's new segment, 'Lyrics We Can Afford To Songs We Love.'
Erica Banas is a rock/classic rock reporter. The first man she ever loved was Jack Daniel. (True story.)