The Bermudian Springs marching band may be redefining “golden oldies” this year, as they dip into history to recreate the music of rock stars Billy Jo Armstrong, Tre Cool and Mike Durnt.

For many in attendance at Friday football games, Green Day’s hook-heavy tunes still feel like a contemporary music. But 30 years after their first album released, the Berkeley, California-based alternative band is still finding new audiences, this time in the form of a high school band arrangement from Tom Wallace, Michael story and Bermudian Band Director Dr. Derek Boyce.

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