1994 saw the infamous downfall of figure skating champion Tonya Harding, white Ford Bronco of OJ Simpson, untimely death of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain and seismic breakthrough of pop-punk trio Green Day. Twenty-five years since the release of Grammy-winning debut album ‘Dookie', photographer and music legend in his own right Bob Gruen looks back on the band’s monumental rise with the release of his latest monograph, 'Green Day: Photographs by Bob Gruen', featuring more than 100 images he has captured of the band over the past quarter-century accompanied by exclusive commentary from Tré Cool, Mike Dirnt and frontman Billie Joe Armstrong who shares, "Here's to Bob Gruen! Capturing our best as we do our worst!" Stay tuned for updates on this and other happenings coming soon to MHG.
'GREEN DAY: PHOTOGRAPHS BY BOB GRUEN' IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE FROM BARNES & NOBLE AND AMAZON.