He just wants you to hear his band’s music, no matter how much or little you pay for it.
Next week, the Foo Fighters will drop their eighth studio album, Sonic Highways, but in the meantime the band is sharing two new tracks from the record that have them teaming up with the Eagles’ Joe Walsh and Gary Clark, Jr.
“…the best way to celebrate our 20th anniversary isn’t to focus on 20 years ago, but to focus on the last 20 years,” he said.
You might know Dave Grohl as the frontman of the Foo Fighters, but according to the former drummer, he’s just a dad who spends a lot of time shuttling his kids around in a mini-van. And when he’s not busy doing that, he plays a little music.
Sonic Highways is out Nov. 10.
HBO will allow cable providers to broadcast the live event to nonsubscribers free of charge.
And check out their new member, Vulvatron.
Dave Grohl, Gwen Stefani, 50 Cent, Alanis Morissette, Fergie were among the artists parodying ‘We Are The World’ as they sent off the late night host.
With the help of his fellow Foo Fighters and a little movie magic, Grohl takes on the role of Carrie White, from the classic horror movie based on Stephen King’s first novel.
We caught up with drummer Ashton Irwin, who told us about some of the older tunes he’s into, obsessing on Guardians of the Galaxy and how this gig helped him achieve a lifetime goal: meeting Dave Grohl.
If the first few seconds of the Foo Fighters upcoming new record — a measly eight — let fans know anything it’s that Dave Grohl and the guys can definitely still rock.
“I don’t want my kid to think that the only way you can be a musician is to stand in line at a song contest audition, and then wind up having a bazillionaire tell you if you’re not a good singer,” Grohl said.
“We’re doing things that we’ve never done before. And I want to say that it’s only eight songs but I think it might be our longest record because, as I was writing these songs, I had to take a cinematic approach,” Dave Grohl said.
Much like the Dave Grohl-directed feature, Sound City, the Foo Fighters’ HBO show will be shot documentary style, and will be “a love letter to the history of American music,” according to Grohl himself.
“This is another album that has it’s own sound. It shows the evolution that we’ve gone through as a band,” said Jimmy De Martini.
“Once or twice, it was quite tempting,” he admitted to KROQ’s Kevin and Bean.