As most of Foo Fighter fans know by now, you never know where Dave Grohl will show up and who he'll be with. This time around, he was busking with Brandi Carlile at the famous Pike Place Market in Seattle.
The big Record Store Day 2019 list has been out since late February, but one title that has flown under the radar a bit is the 7" single of "Holy Man," a lost recording from The Beach Boys' Dennis Wilson that was finished by Queen's Brian May and Roger Taylor and Foo Fighters' Taylor Hawkins.
Dave Grohl attending and taking part in an interview the Pollstar Live conference yielded the news of his recent surgery to his left arm and some comments comparing pop singer Billie Eilish to Nirvana circa 1991.
In November 2018, the Foo Fighters announced they would be headlining DIRECTV’s Super Saturday Night concert, with Run The Jewels providing support. Of course, in true Foo fashion, they couldn’t just announce streaming details in only the written word. No, there had to be a short film, too. As Pierre Robert would say: Sports Up!
The Red Hot Chili Peppers made headlines with a recent concert announcement at an unconventional venue. Of course, this isn’t the first time in rock history that bands have performed at unlikely concert venues.