Because I might not be updating a lot, here are some other sites updated pretty much daily where you can find news:
FabFay's Site
World of Goo

4-26 There is a big possibility that the Goo Goo Dolls are going to release a live album! It was recorded at one of the shows they did in Buffalo in December. A video and DVD is going to be released with it too, also filmed in Buffalo. Rumor has it that John also has written 10 new songs for the new album

There is an interview w/ Lance Diamond in the new Real Rock magazine, along with a review of the Goos' Visalia show.

3-23-00 The Broadway video is going to be World Premiered Monday (March 27) on TRL! The Goos are also performing live on TRL on Tuesday (March 28) Don't forget to watch!

There are also a couple pictures of Johnny AND Robby in the new Hit Parader magazine.

3-3-00 The Broadway song and video are officially release on March 28 (although it's already been getting some radio airplay)

You can get a TRL 2000 poster which includes the Goo Goo Dolls on it among other artists. It is for sale at

Broadway will be featured on two tv shows: Charmed and Mad TV. They are scheduled to air in April

GGD will also be playing a show on 4-1 at KRBE Earth Day Festival in Houston Texas at Buffalo Bayou Park

I'm REALLY sorry I haven't updated in so long...I've been away on vacation and very busy. you probably know the Goos didn't win the Grammy. In their category, Santana f/ Everlast won.

On the VH1 Behind the Music 2000 decision, Goo Goo Dolls came in 6th place! The people who beat him were Madonna #5, Weird Al Vankovic #4, Stevie Nicks #3, Metallica #2, and Shania Twain #1.

While I wasn't updating, GGD hosted VH1 Top 10 countdown, Johnny was a guest on Politically Incorrect, and numerous pre-Grammy shows.

Johnny did break his ankle, but the cast is off now. He broke it "falling down a step."

At an MTV photo shoot for Grammy nominees, there is a big poster of all of them, you can buy it an

The Goo Goo Dolls won a spot on VH1's Behind the Music 2000 decision. It airs Sunday, 2-13 at 2:30 pm ET on VH1

Sorry I didn't update for awhile, Geocities was having problems and the site building program wasn't working. Anyways, in Goo Goo Dolls news, Johnny has made a statement about the situation with himself and his wife.
Click Here to read it.

Rumor has it that Johnny broke his ankle. I have no more information about this, when I do, it'll be here!

The Dolls are rumored to be working on a song for a new movie soundtrack. No more info is available, when it comes, it'll be here!

The Goo Goo Dolls were's artist of the week last week!
Click Here for an interview with them

"Slide" was voted #2 single of the year at, beaten only by "You're My Angel" by Celine Dion and R. Kelly.
Click Here for the voting results.

On Vh1's Top 100 Songs of All Time, "Iris" came in at #3. "Black and White" by Michael Jackson was #2, and Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" was #1.

You can
vote for the Goo Goo Dolls as Favorite 90's Artist on Behind the Music (will air Feb. 10) and for Best Behind the Music Episode for VH1's Behind the Music Top 20 Marathon (will are Feb. 12 and 13)

The Goo Goo Dolls' appearance on Sesame Street has a confirmed date. Check the TV page for dates and times.

The Goo Goo Dolls have been nominated for a Grammy Award! The song "Black Balloon" is nominated in the "Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group" Their competition is:

"Scar Tissue" Red Hot Chili Peppers
"Malibu" Hole
"Special" Garbage
"Put Your LIghts On" Santana f/ Everlast

They will be attending the Grammy Awards on Wednesday, February 23.

On Kiss 108 (a radio station here in Boston) there was a "Top 90 songs of the 90s" countdown. Name came in at #75, Slide at #11, and Iris at #2!

They had another countdown, the Top 30 of 99, Black Balloon was #16, and Slide was #1! (This makes two years in a row, Iris was the #1 song on the countdown last year!)

The Goo Goo Dolls ended up doing FLY2K after all. They also performed on New Year's Eve at Times Sqaure at MTV's 2Large party. If you missed it, MTV will probably re-air it many times this week.

Here's another article from LAUNCH about the plane crash and Fly2K:

The Goo Goo Dolls are currently making their way back home to Buffalo, NY to celebrate Christmas--and yes, they have to fly. LAUNCH asked singer Johnny Rzeznik if he's got any special thoughts on his ordeal and the plane crash that happened Sunday (12-19) in Italy. "Yeah, I'm pretty glad to be here," Rzeznik said. "Yep, pretty glad to be here. But there's jsut a lot of questions that are starting to nag in my brain. Why woyold someone try to land in something like that? Who was the guy on the ground that told him he could land? Why didn't anybody know we were coming in? That's the real one that I want to know."

He added that the reality of the situation is still setting in. "I'm sure that in three days it's really gonna get to me. Like it's gonna sink in and I'm going to go 'Oh man,' but here we are. I swear to God, somebody, something is watching out for us, because we walked away without a mjaor incident."

When asked if the crash would deter him from doing a USO tour in the future, Rzeznik said, "No, I'll definitely do it again. I've got nothing against the Navy. I just thought that pilot was irresponsible, and he endangered a lot of people's lives. I'm sure some people would say, 'No, he saved everybody's life on that plane,' but my point is, we shouldn't have been put in a situation like that in the first place," he noted, referringto the pilot's decision to land in a severe thunderstorm.

The Goo Goo Dolls are not exactly eager to get in a plane right now, which led them to cancel their appearance on MTV's "Fly2k" promotion. "I'm going to play in New York, but we canceled us being on the flight from London to New York, because I'm just not into flying right now unless I absolutely have to. And Tom Clderone over at MTV was cool about it. He was like, "Well, you know, you guys were just in a plane crash."

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