Kathy Griffin accepts the GRAMMY for Best Musical Show Album on behalf of the artists and producers of American Idiot - Featuring Green Day at the 53rd GRAMMY Awards Pre-Telecast Ceremony on Feb. 13, 2011, in Los Angeles.
American Idiot Wins Best Musical Show Album
Classically trained violinist Lindsey Stirling covers Green Day's Record Of The Year-winning "Boulevard Of Broken Dreams" for The Recording Academy's ReImagined series, which pairs YouTube creators with a GRAMMY-winning song.
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GRAMMY winner Miranda Lambert discussed her forthcoming 56th GRAMMY telecast performance with Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong during rehearsals for the 56th GRAMMYs on Jan. 23 in Los Angeles.
Bill Whelan accepts the GRAMMY for Best Musical Show Album at the 39th GRAMMY Awards on Feb. 26, 1997, in New York.
Green Day accept the GRAMMY for Best Rock Album at the 52nd GRAMMY Awards on Jan. 31, 2010, in Los Angeles.
Cy Coleman, Betty Comden, Adolph Green, and Mike Berniker accept the GRAMMY for Best Musical Show Album at the 34th GRAMMY Awards on Feb. 25, 1992, in New York.
Green Day accept the GRAMMY for Best Rock Album at the 47th GRAMMY Awards on Feb. 13, 2005, in Los Angeles.
Green Day accept the GRAMMY for Record Of The Year at the 48th GRAMMY Awards on Feb. 8, 2006, in Los Angeles.