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Both musicians sustained pretty major injuries this year but pushed on for the love of music
Dave Grohl is still recovering from the broken leg he suffered falling off a stage last month. But after a few canceled tour dates, Grohl was cleared to perform again, for which he wanted to thank Lew Schon, the surgeon who allowed him to resume fighting Foo. Show More Summary
Ryan Adams has a special message for Foo Fighters lead singer Dave Grohl The rocker was performing at the Sydney Opera House when he decided to dedicate his next song to Grohl, who recently broke his leg and is touring the country and...Show More Summary
Ryan Adams paid tribute to Dave Grohl at a recent show with a cover of the Foo Fighters' "Times Like These." While performing at the Sydney Opera House, Adams brought up Grohl's perseverance at finishing a set in Sweden after breaking his leg mid-show. "He was able to continue doing what he loved even...
In honor of the Foo Fighters frontman and his willingness to perform despite a broken leg.
It seems like everybody heard about Dave Grohl’s accident in Sweden and how it created a massive buzz. First going on stage after the injury, than - an epic Iron Throne that saved the following gigs. But the story has no ending and Foo Fighters’ team created a limited edition of merch dedicated to this accident. Show More Summary
Dave Grohl broke his leg early last month during a concert in Sweden. And thanks to his surgeon, Dr. Lew Schon, the rocker is on the road to recovery. The Foo Fighters frontman decided to repay the good doctor by giving him his fifteen minutes of fame. [ Related: Dave Performs On A Motorized Throne! ] Well, technically [...]
Last month, as the Foo Fighters were playing in Sweden, Dave Grohl tumbled off the stage and broke his leg. The mishap didn’t really slow him down: He returned to finish the concert, then designed an outlandish throne to sit on for the rest of the tour. Show More Summary
Dr. Lew Schon got an experience to remember.
Orthopedic surgeon Lew C. Schon has been helping Grohl after a leg injury
There are perks to being Dave Grohl’s orthopedic surgeon.
Dave Grohl has been milking his leg injury for all its worth — he made his own special throne to sit on during his recent Foo Fighters shows, and he’s brought out a bunch of guests to compensate for his mobility issues. The latest stop on the Foo Fighters tour was at Fenway Park in […]
Another day, another wild story from the Foo Fighters' North American tour. Lead singer Dave Grohl keeps finding new ways to surprise his audiences, from performing on a giant metal throne to letting a superfan play the drums. This time, it's Grohl's orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Show More Summary
Foo Fighters wrapped up the July leg of their stadium-filling "Throne" tour Sunday night with a second show at Boston's Fenway Park, where the band paid homage to the man who practically made this trek possible: Dave Grohl's orthopedic surgeon. Midway through Foo Fighters' set, Grohl invited Dr. Lew C. Schon, who...
Orthopedic doctors can be rock 'n' roll stars too, if just for one night. During the Foo Fighters' show at Fenway Park in Boston on Sunday, Dave Grohl's doctor joined the band for a White Stripes cover -- typical orthopedic surgeon duties. Show More Summary
After tumbling off stage and breaking his leg in Gothenburg, Sweden last month, Dave Grohl has been playing Foo Fighters shows atop an elaborate light-up throne. Last night at Fenway Park in Boston, Grohl paid tribute to the man who fixed his leg, orthopedic surgeon Dr. Show More Summary
Grohl's orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Lew C. Schon, was Foo Fighters' special guest at Fenway Park.