Green Day celebrated their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame tonight with a blitzkrieg romp through three of their biggest songs.

With frontman Billie Joe Armstrong dressed up in his version of a tuxedo, bassist Mike Dirnt sporting an ever-so-classy sleeveless suit and drummer Tre Cool in his traditional neon-dyed hair, the trio tore through "When I Come Around" and "Basket Case" from their 1994 smash Dookie, and the title track from 2004's American Idiot.

Armstrong once again proved himself to be one of rock's finest modern showmen, effortlessly commanding the crowd with his array of stage gestures and tricks, which included a dramatic a capella verse on "American Idiot," crawling between Dirnt's legs and windmilling like a young Pete Townshend.

Green Day arrived as the standard-bearers of a new generation of punk rockers in the early '90s with Dookie. Over the years, they've expanded their sound and ventured into concept-album territory with records such as American Idiot. In 2012 they released three records, cleverly titled Uno!, Dos! and Tre!

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