The coolest way to celebrate American independence is performing on a throne, as thousands of fans scream their eternal devotion to you. Sorry, Taylor Swift The Foo Fighters returned to the spotlight Saturday night for their first gig since frontman Dave Grohl broke his leg on stage last month. Show More Summary
Who needs the Iron Throne when you can have a light-up guitar throne? On Saturday night, the Foo Fighters played their 20th anniversary Fourth of July concert at the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium in Washington, D.C., celebrating two decades since their debut album. Show More Summary
Dave Grohl broke his leg during a gig in Sweden last month, and although he managed to tough it out like a champ and finish the show, the Foo Fighters were forced to cancel all of their upcoming tour dates in Europe, including a headlining set at Glastonbury. Fortunately, Dave Grohl made it out to […]
Rock ‘n Roll has always been about excess, so when Dave Grohl appeared on stage in a giant throne, playing guitar and singing lead for the Foo Fighters, despite his recently broken leg, it may have just seemed like another night for one of the world’s biggest rock bands. Show More Summary
Last month, Dave Grohl fractured his leg after falling off the stage at a Foo Fighters concert in Gothenburg, Sweden. The injury forced Foo Fighters to cancel a string of European tour dates, including the band's appearance at the Glastonbury Festival. Show More Summary
For many people, Dave Grohl will always be the drummer from Nirvana first and foremost, the frontman of Foo Fighters second. But the first Foo Fighters album turns 20 tomorrow, which means at this point there has to be many others who first became aware of Grohl because they heard “Everlong” on the radio or […]
If Dave Grohl can break a leg during a Foo Fighters concert and still finish the gig, there’s no way he’s missing his band’s 20th anniversary celebration at RFK Stadium. The Fourth of July festival, which comes exactly 20 years after...Show More Summary
While Dave Grohl breaking his leg and still finishing out a show in Sweden was a boon to rock ‘n’ roll fans who wanted to make memes about how much cooler the Foo Fighters frontman is than any other pop artist out there, it also left the future of the Foo Fighters’ upcoming tour uncertain. Show More Summary
Dave Grohl could not bear to watch the Kurt Cobain documentary Montage of Heck, he said in a recent interview with The Washington Post. The Foo Fighters frontman, who served as the final drummer in Nirvana, told the paper that when his wife stumbled on an airing of the film...
Dave Grohl hasn't watched Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, the documentary about his former Nirvana bandmate Kurt Cobain. In an interview with the Washington Post, he said he was "terrified" when he caught a part of it on television (via Consequence of Sound). Show More Summary
After Dave Grohl broke his leg during a show in Sweden, the Foo Fighters had to cancel all their European touring plans, including a headlining set at Glastonbury. All those cancellations have led to random-ass replacements like Florence + The Machine and Faith No More covering the band at those festivals. And the injury also […]
Nirvana drummer admits he was only able to watch about 10 minutes of it.
Dave Grohl and his six new screws will return to the stage beginning July 4th.
Glastonbury wasn't the only music festival Foo Fighters canceled on after Dave Grohl suffered a serious leg injury: The band was also scheduled to perform June 25th at Belgium's Rock Werchter Festival before Grohl's surgery nixed the Foo Fighters' slot. But much like Florence and the Machine made sure Foo Fighters'...
Earlier this month, Dave Grohl suffered a leg injury after falling off stage at a Foo Fighters concert in Gothenburg, Sweden. The incident forced the band to cancel several tour dates, including their headlining sets at Glastonbury (Florence and the Machine took their place) and Belgium's Rock Werchter festival. Show More Summary
After Dave Grohl’s nasty fall, the Foo Fighters were forced to cancel a couple of festival tour dates, and their replacement acts this weekend have taken to covering the band in honor of their absence. Florence + The Machine did a cover of “Times Like These” at Glastonbury on Friday and the day before that, […]
A rounding tribute to Dave Grohl.
Glastonbury 2015 had Kanye West covering Queen, Florence Welch covering Dave Grohl, Tame Impala's Kevin Parker accompanying Mark Ronson, and Patti Smith paying tribute to the Dalai Lama. That's just the tip of the iceberg. Find footage...Show More Summary
It was undeniably badass when Dave Grohl broke his leg and continued to rock out with his bone out. It was undeniably unfortunate, however, that Grohl had to then cancel the Foo Fighters’ appearance at the Glastonbury Festival, one of the biggest stops on the Fighters’ European tour. Grohl and... More »
When Dave Grohl broke his leg earlier this month, it not only imperiled one of music’s most talented reservoirs of giddily deployed Dad Jokes; it also disrupted several stops on the Foo Fighters’ current European tour. One of the biggest...Show More Summary