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Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong performs show with Norah Jones - watch Get Tickets

The pair collaborated for 2013 album 'Foreverly', reworking Everly Brothers songs

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Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong performed live with singer Norah Jones on Wednesday (June 24).

Armstrong and Jones collaborated for the 2013 album 'Foreverly', a reworking of The Everly Brothers' 1958 album 'Songs Our Daddy Taught Us'.

SEE ALSO: Noel Gallagher on meeting Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong at U2 gig: 'He was a nice guy'

The pair played a rare concert at The Bowery Electric in Manhattan, New York, to 200 fans on Wednesday, Billboard reports. The show lasted for an hour and featured songs from their aforementioned collaborative album.

Watch footage from the performance below.



Meanwhile, the Green Day frontman recently spoke about his band's next album, what will be their twelfth studio effort.

Armstrong told Rolling Stone: "There's definitely a great spirit going on. We've always been pretty charged up... I had already written a few songs and everybody was really excited by them... We want to work on them, and we want to make a great album."

Green Day last released their trilogy of albums, 'Uno!', 'Dos!' and 'Tre!', in 2012. The final part of those was the band's lowest-charting album in the UK since 1992’s 'Kerplunk', reaching Number 31. They also released 'Demolicious', an album of alternative takes from the trilogy sessions featuring unreleased song 'State Of Shock', for Record Store Day in 2014.

The group's producer Rob Cavallo recently confirmed that they have "five new songs" already written for their next album. Now, in this new interview, Armstrong elaborated: "I've got, like, four or five songs right now. I'm gonna take it really slow. I'm just gonna make sure every moment is inspired and that we have something that's really special to us. And right now with the songs that we have, it's going in the right direction."

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