What are you doing tonight (Sept. 15)? If you're a Green Day fan, it might be in your best interest to hop on the computer this evening as the trio will stream the first three songs of their set from New York's Irving Plaza for viewers to check out.

Green Day have been making the rounds in the lead up to their '¡Uno!' album release, and will play another intimate performance Saturday night at Irving Plaza, with the first three tracks of their set streaming at Facebook.com/greenday at 10PM ET. The footage is brought to you courtesy of the band's recent deal with Nokia Music and AT&T.

Speaking of Green Day's recent club shows, another new track has surfaced online. During their recent appearance at Bowery Electric in New York, the group showcased the song 'Rusty James.' The concert version was a more stripped-back take, with a blue-lit Billie Joe Armstrong going it primarily solo allowing some of his other bandmates a break in the set. A portion of the performance can be seen below.

Green Day recently announced their 2012-13 touring and it looks as though the band will be playing more intimate performances in auditoriums and theaters early in the run before expanding out to arena shows. Past club shows have seen the previews of 'Kill the DJ,' 'Wild One,' 'Nuclear Family,' and 'Let Yourself Go' among others.

Watch a Portion of Green Day's 'Rusty James' in Concert

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