'No racism, no sexism, no homophobia.' Green Day brought an inclusive culture from a Berkeley punk club to the world. 11 years since first discovering it, I toured and photographed the San Francisco Bay Area's Green Day history. The locations are strikingly normal, yet loaded with meaning for any fan. I hope my photographs can serve as an archive and documentary.

The full story and more information can be found on my blog.

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​My tour is currently missing (alphabetical order): Art of Ears Studio (Kerplunk), Christie Road, Hyde Street Studios (Insomniac), Passalacqua Funeral Home, Rod’s Hickory Pit (now a gas station), Ruby Room and Stuart/Telegraph (Stuart & the Ave.). I plan to complete it in 2019 or 2020.

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© 2019 Maria Gloria Harvey

 Fine art and self portrait photographer.

Studio 880

Also known as Jingletown Studios, this is where Warning, the Foxboro Hot Tubs’ Stop Drop and Roll!!!, the ¡Uno! ¡Dos! ¡Tré! trilogy and parts of American Idiot and 21st Century Breakdown were recorded. It got the nickname ‘Jingletown’ when the Foxboro Hot Tubs used it to cover up their identity.