“Gilman Street was the best education I got. Walking through that door the first thing I saw was a sign saying ‘No Sexism, No Racism, No Homophobia’, and I think that’s had an impact on me for the rest of my life,” he recalls.
“Now when people come to our shows the main thing is I want them to feel like they’re in a safe space. If you’re gay, straight, white, black, brown, transgender, if there’s one place you feel you can go to it’s a Green Day gig.”
Green Day at The Late Show with Stephen Colbert [03/21/2017]
“It’s a place of worship! It’s a place of rock!” “What kind of place is this?” “This is a holy place!” “Why are there no clouds in the sky?” “’Cause God wants to watch his favorite band again!”
[Bullet in a Bible]