In the early days of Foo Fighters, Dave Grohl used to have a pre-show tradition that's not what you might expect.
Dave Grohl went from being an unknown punk rock drummer to being one of the biggest rock stars in the world in a matter of months when Nirvana broke through, and it's not hard to imagine how that might have taken a toll on all those involved.
Nirvana are the band that's probably the most commonly associated with '90s grunge, and for good reason.
It was all about the drum beat.Have you ever shared a friendship with someone that you never anticipated?Ever had a relationship with someone that defied expectations because, on the surface, the two of you seemed so different?
Dave Grohl is a boisterous frontman, but that doesn't mean he can't still follow his mother's lead.Wednesday, Paramount Plus announced it will host a new unscripted six-part series titled From Cradle to Stage during its launch event with ViacomCBS.
Having already been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Nirvana, Dave Grohl looks poised for double enshrinement, this time with his long-tenured group Foo Fighters.
Dave Grohl shared his hopeful desire to team up with Them Crooked Vultures again in a recent episode of Foo Fighters’ Medicine at Midnight Radio on Apple Music.
Lots of musicians are sound-chasers and will spend as long as it takes searching for the right instruments to bring to life the sounds that are in their heads.
"I hope that someday we do it again" Dave Grohl is just days removed from the release of Foo Fighters’ latest album, Medicine at Midnight.
Watch Newly Shared Footage Of Rage Against The Machine's Zack de la Rocha & Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl Performing With Scream In 1994
Footage of a surprise reunion set hardcore outfit Scream played at the Dragonfly in Los Angeles, CA back on August 23rd, 1994 has newly surfaced online via hate5six.Scream of course featured a pre-Nirvana Dave Grohl on drums throughout the latter half of the 1980s.
Foo Fighters have been one of the biggest rock bands in the world for the past 20 years or so and were nominated for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this year, their first year of eligibility for the honor.
"I have never ever in my life sung like that," Dave Grohl says of taking on the falsetto vocals.You've never heard Dave Grohl like this.
Foo Fighters continued their “dance band” evolution with a cover of Bee Gees classic “You Should Be Dancing” on a recent edition of BBC Radio 2‘s Sofa Session with host Jo Whiley.
Written by Blogger on February 18, 2021 Foo Fighters play with funk and dance influences on their new album Medicine at Midnight, and now they've taken that up a level with a cover of the Bee Gees song "You Should Be Dancing."
There's a particular veteran musician who still influences Dave Grohl and Foo Fighters.And the revered songwriter's impact can be felt throughout the past 25 years' worth of Foo albums.
"I was like the last person on Earth -- the only person -- that hadn't seen it.So I was just like, 'Why don't we do a Bee Gees song?'"Grohl recalled.
When you’re in a band as big as the Foo Fighters, it’s easy to imagine a lavish post-show meal consisting of the finest culinary options the city they’re in has to provide. Listen to your favorite Rock music now on RADIO.COM. Bougie has never been on brand for the Foo Fighters and frontman Dave Grohl shared his majestic post-show food and drink combo that we can’t stop obsessing over. Fried chicken and champagne. Grohl was a guest on the Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend podcast and revealed the origins