It’s a difficult task to find anyone who’s jobs and careers were not changed or lost in 2020. The Covid-19 pandemic has affected virtually everyone. Musicians and the entire music industry are no exception to these changes. Now as 2020 is nearing our rearview mirror, there are signs that life may be getting to some semblance of normally or our near future. Until we get there, we are bidding farewell to 2020 with a BANG!
There are some bigger than life icons ready to bring in 2021, and this year, Green Day will be part of that mix.
Sure, there have been no tours, or shows, at least none like we are used to. Some bands have helped that performance itch get scratched by releasing new music, or entering our homes through live feeds or prerecorded performances. Why would new years eve be any different?
This December 31st many plans will be canceled and instead of a packed Times Square, festivities will be enjoyed on the couch with a TV to tell us when we can ring in 2021.
iHeartRadio will have their annual “Roast and Toast” that will Co-hosted Joel McHale and Dr. Ken Jeong. They’ll be leading a Calvary of musicians and celebrities that will honor America’s front line health workers, and help us limp into the new, and hopefully better, new year.