|Who is it?||Singer, Musician, Film director, Songwriter, Record producer, Guitarist, Actor|
|Birth Day||November 25, 1965|
|Birth Place||United States|
|Age||57 YEARS OLD|
|Net Worth:||$13 Million|
|Height:||5 ft 10 in (1.8034 m)|
The band only ever released demos before breaking up and giving way to Operation Ivy in 1987.
Operation Ivy disbanded two years later after releasing their debut album, which would go on to experience surprise success years after. After the band broke up, Armstrong began abusing alcohol and lost his home. He and Freeman teamed up to form the band Rancid, partly in an attempt to pull Armstrong out of his black hole. Rancid has released eight studio albums, selling more than four million records around the globe. In the late '90s, Armstrong began working with The Transplants and was part of several albums with the group. He released his debut solo album, "A Poet's Life", in 2007, before taking on a side project called Tim Timebomb, releasing many songs on YouTube. Armstrong has worked with Pink, co-writing several songs, and has lent his voice to Bad Religion, Good Charlotte, Head Automatica, and Box Car Racer, among others. Armstrong owns his own record label, Hellcat Records He has produced several films, including "Punk's Not Dead" and "Give 'Em the Boot". Armstrong is the winner of several Grammy Awards, including Best Reggae Album for 2012's "Rebirth" with Jimmy Cliff". He married his wife, fellow musician Brody Dalle, in 1997, though they divorced in 2003.