Foo Fighters Pay Tribute To Late ZZ Top Bassist Dusty Hill During Cincinnati, OH Show

During Foo Fighters’ July 29 show in Cincinnati, OH, the band paid tribute to late ZZ Top bassist Dusty Hill by performing snippets of “Beer Drinkers And Hellraisers” and “La Grange.” You can see footage of that below:

[via Blabbermouth]

Foo Fighters Share New Video For Their Cover Of Andy Gibb’s “Shadow Dancing”

The Dee Gees, aka the Foo Fighters, have premiered a new video for their cover of Andy Gibb’s “Shadow Dancing.” That track appears on the band’s “Hail Satin” release. That effort was released on vinyl for Record Store Day and it is now available digitally as well. In addition to the aforementioned Andy Gibb cover, the record features various Bee Gees covers, as well as several “Medicine At Midnight” tracks that Foo Fighters recorded live at 606 studio.

Foo Fighters Announce Rescheduled Date For Inglewood, CA Show

Foo Fighters have officially announced the rescheduled date for their upcoming show at The Forum in Inglewood, CA. The concert will now take place on August 26. This news comes after the show was previously postponed due to a positive COVID-19 test within the band’s camp. All attendees will need to be fully vaccinated or have a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of the event. It’s also worth noting that Los Angeles County now requires face masks for all indoor spaces regardless of vaccination status.

John Joseph (Bloodclot, Cro-Mags JM) Complains About Foo Fighters Playing Exclusive Shows For Vaccinated Fans

Foo Fighters recent shows have found them performing exclusively for fully vaccinated fans. The move is obviously a no-brainer, especially since COVID-19 cases have been on the rise again, especially among those who remain unvaccinated. Despite this, John Joseph (Bloodclot, Cro-Mags JM) has apparently taken issue with the band for the decision. He said the following about that during an appearance on “The Void With Christina“:

“I forget what the dude’s name is — he’s in some big fucking band — he’s, like, ‘I’m not playing any vaccinated-only shows. He was in a big English band; I forget what the name of ’em is. [Then] you’ve got motherfuckers like Dave Grohl who used to play drums for Scream and open up for the Cro-Mags, now he’s with the Flu Pfizers, the Flu Fighters, and it’s, like, ‘We’re playing vaccinated-only shows.’ What kind of bullshit is that? What kind of fucking bullshit are you fucking dealing with in your fucking head that you would play a vaccinated-only fucking show?”

[via Blabbermouth]

Foo Fighters’ Bee Gees Covers Release “Hail Satin” Is Now Available Digitally

The Dee Gees, aka the Foo Fighters, have digitally released their “Hail Satin” record. That effort was recently released on limited edition vinyl as part of Record Store Day and it features various Bee Gees covers as well as several “Medicine At Midnight” tracks that Foo Fighters recorded live at 606 studio.

Foo Fighters Postpone Inglewood, CA Show Due To Positive COVID-19 Case Within Their Camp

Foo Fighters have postponed their July 17 show at The Forum in Inglewood, CA due to a positive COVID-19 case within their camp. The band commented:

“Despite having made every effort to follow CDC Covid protocols and local laws, there has been a confirmed Covid-19 case within the Foo Fighters organization. Out of an abundance of caution and concern for the safety of the band, crew and most of all the fans, Saturdays show at the Los Angeles Forum is being postponed to a later date. The new date will be announced shortly. Tickets for the July 17th date will be honored for the new date.”

Foo Fighters Share New Video For Their Cover Of Bee Gees’ “You Should Be Dancing”

The Dee Gees, aka the Foo Fighters, have premiered a new video for their cover of the Bee Gees’ “You Should Be Dancing.” That track will appear on the band’s “Hail Satin” Record Store Day release, which will be available on July 17. The limited edition vinyl will feature Bee Gees covers and various “Medicine At Midnight” tracks that Foo Fighters recorded live at 606 studio.

Watch New Mini-Documentary On Foo Fighters’ Recent Madison Square Garden Concert

On June 20, Foo Fighters helped reopen Madison Square Garden in New York City, NY with the first full capacity show since the coronavirus pandemic. A new mini-documentary on that concert, titled “The Day The Music Came Back,” can be found below:

Foo Fighters Release “Making A Fire: Mark Ronson Re-Version”

Foo Fighters have released a new version of “Making A Fire” titled “Making A Fire: Mark Ronson Re-Version.” The track was produced by Mark Ronson and it features members of Antibalas, The Budos Band, The Dap-Kings, El Michels Affair, La Buya, Menahan Street Band, The Tedeschi Trucks Band, and Tuatara.