Foo Fighters Pay Tribute To Malcolm Young (AC/DC) At Mexico City Show

During their set at the Corona Capital Festival in Mexico City last night (November 18), Foo Fighters paid tribute to the late Malcolm Young (AC/DC). Dave Grohl told the crowd that the band were “going to play some rock and roll for Malcolm” and then launched into a cover of “Let There Be Rock” while a photo of Young was shown on the big screen. Later on in the night they also played parts of “Who Made Who” and “The Rocker” while performing “The Pretender.” You can see some footage of that below, along with a penned tribute from Grohl.

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Foo Fighters Cover AC/DC’s “Let There Be Rock” Live With The Hives’ Howlin’ Pelle Almqvist

During Foo Fighters’ invite-only show on September 14 at Vasateatern in Stockholm, Sweden, the band were joined onstage by The Hives’ Howlin’ Pelle Almqvist for a cover of AC/DC’s “Let There Be Rock.” Check out some footage of that below: