Watch Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl Perform With Lionel Richie At 2022 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony

On November 5, Lionel Richie performed The Commodores’ “Easy“ live with Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl during the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction ceremony at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, CA. You can see fan-filmed footage of that below. Official footage of the entire ceremony will air on November 19 via HBO.

Here’s The Setlist And Some Fan-Filmed Footage From Foo Fighters’ Second Taylor Hawkins Tribute Show

Yesterday (September 27), Foo Fighters took the stage at the Kia Forum in Inglewood, California to pay tribute to the late great Taylor Hawkins. Like the first tribute show in London, England, the band were joined by numerous special guests. The setlist and some fan-filmed footage from the concert can be found below.

Setlist:

Violet Grohl and Alain Johannes:

01. “Hallelujah” (Leonard Cohen cover)

Joan Jett with Travis Barker and Foo Fighters:

02. “Cherry Bomb” (Runaways cover)
03. “Bad Reputation”

Chevy Metal:

04. “Riff Raff” (AC/DC cover)
05. “Owner Of A Lonely Heart” (Yes cover) (ft. Jon Davison)
06. “Heroes” (David Bowie cover) (ft. Kesha)

Coattail Riders, Greg Kurstin, Rufus Taylor, and Justin Hawkins:

07. “Range Rover Bitch” (Taylor Hawkins cover)
08. “It’s Over”
09. “Something About You” (Level 42 cover) (ft. Mark King)
10. “I Believe In A Thing Called Love” (The Darkness cover)

James Gang:

11. “Walk Away”
12. “The Bomber: Closet Queen” / “Bolero” / “Cast Your Fate to the Wind”
13. “Funk #49” (ft. Dave Grohl)

Mark Ronson, Andrew Watt, Roger Manning, and Dave Grohl:

14. “Right On Down The Line” (Gerry Rafferty cover)

Them Crooked Vultures and Greg Kurstin:

15. “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” (Elton John cover)
16. “Dead End Friends”
17. “Long Slow Goodbye” (Queens Of The Stone Age cover)

Wolfgang Van Halen, Josh Freese, Justin Hawkins, and Dave Grohl:

18. “Panama” (Van Halen cover)
19. “Hot For Teacher” (Van Halen cover)

Def Leppard and Foo Fighters:

20. “Rock Of Ages”
21. “Photograph” (ft. Miley Cyrus)

Nikki Sixx, Tommy Lee, Derek Day, and Foo Fighters:

22. “Live Wire” (Mötley Crüe cover)
23. “Home Sweet Home” (Mötley Crüe cover)

Elliot Easton, Foo Fighters, and Josh Homme:

24. “Shake It Up” (The Cars cover)
25. “Just What I Needed” (The Cars cover)

Nancy Wilson, P!nk, Foo Fighters, and John Theodore:

26. “Barracuda” (Heart cover)

Stewart Copeland and Foo Fighters:

27. “Next to You” (The Police cover)
28. “Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic” (The Police cover) (ft. Jon Davison)

Alanis Morissette with Chris Chaney, Chad Smith, and Foo Fighters:

29. “You Oughta Know”

Sebastian Bach, Geezer Butler, Lars Ulrich, and Foo Fighters:

30. “Supernaut” (Black Sabbath cover)
31. “Paranoid” (Black Sabbath cover)

Rush:

32. “2112 Part I: Overture” (ft. Dave Grohl)
33. “Working Man” (ft. Chad Smith)
34. “YYZ” (ft. Danny Carey)

Matt Cameron, Kim Thayil, Krist Novoselic, Taylor Momsen, Pat Smear, and Dave Grohl:

35. “The Day I Tried To Live” (Soundgarden cover)
36. “Black Hole Sun” (Soundgarden cover)

Queen with Foo Fighters:

37. “We Will Rock You”
38. “I’m In Love With My Car” (ft. Rufus Taylor)
39. “Under Pressure” (ft. Justin Hawkins)
40. “Somebody To Love” (ft. P!nk)
41. “Love Of My Life”

Foo Fighters:

42. “All My Life”
43. “The Pretender” (ft. P!nk)
44. “Walk” (with ft. Travis Barker)
45. “Low” (with ft. Matt Cameron)
46. “This Is A Call” (ft. Brad Wilk)
47. “The Sky Is a Neighborhood” (ft. Pat Wilson)
48. “Creep” (Radiohead cover) (ft. Dave Chapelle)
49. “Run” (ft. Omar Hakim)
50. “Best Of You” (ft. Rufus Taylor)
51. “My Hero” (ft. Shane Hawkins)
52. “I’ll Stick Around” (ft. Shane Hawkins)
53. “Everlong” (ft. Chad Smith)

Watch Foo Fighters And Special Guests Perform At First Taylor Hawkins Tribute Show

Earlier today (September 3), Foo Fighters and numerous special guests took the stage at Wembley Stadium in London, England to pay tribute to the late great Taylor Hawkins. The concert was streamed live and can be found below, along with its massive setlist. As previously reported, another tribute show will take place at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles, CA on September 27.

Setlist:

Foo Fighters and Liam Gallagher:

01. “Rock ‘n’ Roll Star” (Oasis cover)
02. “Live Forever” (Oasis cover)

Nile Rodgers, Chris Chaney, and Omar Hakim:

03. “Let’s Dance” (David Bowie cover) (feat. Josh Homme)
04. “Modern Love” (David Bowie cover) (feat. Gaz Coombes)

Chevy Metal and The Coattail Riders:

05. “Psycho Killer” (Talking Heads cover)
06. “Children Of The Revolution” (T. Rex cover) (feat. Kesha)

The Coattail Riders, Justin Hawkins, and Josh Freese:

07. “Louise”
08. “Range Rover Bitch”
09. “It’s Over”

Dave Grohl, Wolfgang Van Halen, Justin Hawkins, and Josh Freese:

10. “On Fire” (Van Halen cover)
11. “Hot For Teacher” (Van Halen cover)

Violet Grohl, Dave Grohl, Alain Johannes, Chris Chaney, Greg Kurstin, and Jason Falkner:

12. “Last Goodbye” (Jeff Buckley cover)
13. “Grace” (Jeff Buckley cover)

Supergrass:

14. “Richard III”
15. “Alright”
16. “Caught By The Fuzz”

Them Crooked Vultures (Josh Homme, Dave Grohl, and John Paul Jones):

17. “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” (Elton John cover)
18. “Gunman”
19. “Long Slow Goodbye” (Queens Of The Stone Age cover)

Pretenders and Dave Grohl:

20. “Precious”
21. “Tattooed Love Boys”
22. “Brass In Pocket”

James Gang:

23. “Walk Away”
24. “The Bomber: Closet Queen / Bolero / Cast Your Fate To The Wind”
25. “Funk #49” (feat. Dave Grohl)

Violet Grohl, Mark Ronson, Chris Chaney, and Jason Falkner:

26. “Valerie” (The Zutons cover)

Brian Johnson, Lars Ulrich, and Foo Fighters:

27. “Back In Black” (AC/DC cover) (feat. Justin Hawkins)
28. “Let There Be Rock” (AC/DC cover)

Stewart Copeland and Foo Fighters:

29. “Next To You” (The Police cover)
30. “Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic” (The Police cover) (feat. Gaz Coombes)

Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, and Dave Grohl:

31. “2112 Part I: Overture” (Rush cover)
32. “Working Man” (Rush cover)

Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, Omar Hakim, and Greg Kurstin:

33. “YYZ” (Rush cover)

Brian May, Roger Taylor, Rufus Taylor, and Foo Fighters:

34. “We Will Rock You” (Queen cover) (feat. Luke Spiller)
35. “I’m In Love With My Car” (Queen cover)
36. “Under Pressure” (Queen/David Bowie cover) (feat. Justin Hawkins)
37. “Somebody To Love” (Queen cover) (feat. Sam Ryder)
38. “Love Of My Life” (Queen cover) (Brian May solo)

Foo Fighters and Josh Freese:

39. “Times Like These”
40. “All My Life”

Foo Fighters and Travis Barker:

41. “The Pretender”
42. “Monkey Wrench”

Foo Fighters and Nandi Bushell:

43. “Learn To Fly”

Foo Fighters and Rufus Taylor:

44. “These Days”
45. “Best Of You”

Foo Fighters and Paul McCartney:

46. “Oh! Darling” (The Beatles cover) (feat. Chrissy Hynde & Omar Shakim)
47. “Helter Skelter” (The Beatles cover) (feat. Omar Hakim)

Foo Fighters and Omar Hakim:

48. “Aurora”

Foo Fighters and Oliver Shane Hawkins:

49. “My Hero”

Dave Grohl:

50. “Everlong”

James Gang, Nine Inch Nails, Etc. Set For 2022 VetsAid Concert

Joe Walsh (Eagles) has revealed the details for this year’s VetsAid concert. The event will take place at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio on November 13 and it will find Walsh reuniting with Jimmy Fox and Dale Peters for a special James Gang set with special guest Dave Grohl (Foo Fighters). Nine Inch Nails, The Black Keys, and The Breeders will serve as support.

Dave Grohl Joins Paul McCartney Onstage At Glastonbury Festival

Last night (June 25), Dave Grohl took the stage for the first time since the death of his Foo Fighters bandmate Taylor Hawkins. The musician joined Paul McCartney onstage during the 2022 Glastonbury Festival for some covers of The Beatles‘ “I Saw Her Standing There,” Wings’ “Band On The Run,“ and The Beatles’ “The End.” Notably, the latter performance also featured Bruce Springsteen.

Max Cavalera To Release “Fully Revised And Updated” Version Of “My Bloody Roots: From Sepultura To Soulfly And Beyond”

Max Cavalera will be releasing a “fully revised and updated” version of his autobiography, “My Bloody Roots: From Sepultura To Soulfly And Beyond,” on July 26 via Jawbone Press. Pre-orders can be found on Amazon.

Here’s a description of the book:

“Max Cavalera has an extraordinary story to tell, and My Bloody Roots is an autobiography like no other. Much more than just another tale of rock’n’roll debauchery, it’s a story of heartbreak and loss—and, ultimately, triumph. In it, Cavalera offers an unflinching account of life growing up in hardship in Brazil—a country not previously known for heavy metal—and the multi-million- selling success, against all odds, of the band he founded with his brother, Iggor: Sepultura.

Then, for the first time, he reveals the full story behind his split with the band—after which he did not speak to his brother for years—and the formation of his Soulfly, one of the most critically and commercially successful metal bands of recent decades. He also goes into unflinching detail on the devastating impact of the deaths of his father, stepson, and grandson; his struggles with drugs and alcohol; his eventual reunion with Iggor in Cavalera Conspiracy; and more.

This revised and updated edition continues to trace Max’s career to the present day, covering the formation of his new band Go Ahead And Die as well as the supergroup Killer Be Killed. It also includes a foreword by Dave Grohl and a brand new afterword by Randy Blythe, making it truly essential reading for all fans of metal.”

Listen To Foo Fighters Frontman Dave Grohl’s Dream Widow Metal Album

Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl has officially released his new metal album. The frontman recorded the effort with guitarist Jim Rota (Fireball Ministry) under the name Dream Widow. That fictional band appears in Foo Fighters’ horror-comedy film “Studio 666,” which is now available on demand.

Release Date Revealed For Dave Grohl’s Upcoming Metal Record

According to Variety, Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl will be digitally releasing his new metal album under the name “Dream Widow” on March 25. Physical copies will arrive at a later date. The effort was created alongside Foo Fighters’ horror-comedy film “Studio 666,” which is now available on demand. If you missed it, the first single, “March Of The Insane,” can be found below:

Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl Appears In New Episode Of “Hot Ones”

Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl serves as the special guest on the latest episode of the popular interview series “Hot Ones.” For those unware, that show finds celebrities answering questions while eating spicy wings. You can watch Grohl’s episode below:

Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl Planning To Release Full Thrash Metal Album Alongside “Studio 666” Film

Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl has revealed that he is planning to release a new thrash metal album on February 25 to coincide with the release of the band’s horror-comedy film “Studio 666.” This news comes after the band recently released a thrashy new song titled “March Of The Insane” under the name “Dream Widow.” That fictional band will play a role in the aforementioned movie.

Grohl told Rolling Stone the following:

“It will be the lost album. It’ll be the album they [Dream Widow] were making before [Dream Widow‘s singer] fucking killed the entire band.”

He also added the following about release plans:

“I mean, I work fast, but fuck, this deadline is going to kill me. Yes, I’ll get it out for the movie. By February 25th, there will be a Dream Widow record.”

Grohl went on to say that the record was inspired by him growing up as “a fucking Eighties thrash metal kid”:

“I have my favorites. You’ll hear a lot of those influences in ‘Lacrimus dei Ebrius‘ [a 13-minute metal epic performed in the film] because for that song, I put maybe four or five of these sections together in this big, long thing. Some of it sounds like Trouble; some of it sounds like Corrosion Of Conformity; some of it has a Kyuss vibe.”