Pic of the Day: Green Day Made $100 for Playing the Euclid Tavern Back in 1992

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All-around swell guy and relentlessly creative soul Derek Hess posted some photos of his booking calendar from back in the day when he was bringing bands to play the Euclid Tavern. The shot below, from 1992, has a few interesting tidbits, including Green Day's Wednesday-night show where the group pulled a sweet $100 for stopping by the venerable Cleveland institution. Just fabulous. (Via the AV Club)

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