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At the tender age of 17, David Eric Grohl joined the D.C. punk band Scream as their drummer. After lying to Scream about his age, Grohl dropped out of high school and started touring. Then Melvins frontman Buzz Osborne introduced Grohl to a couple of dudes named Kris Novoselic and Kurt Cobain who were looking for a new drummer. And history was made. Grohl provided the extra kick the band needed, and in 1991, Nirvana became the biggest band in the world. After Cobain’s death in 1994, Grohl began the next chapter in his musical legacy with the Foo Fighters. After recording the first album by himself, Grohl put together a band and got back on the road. The Foo Fighters have maintained their place on top of the rock ‘n’ roll charts ever since. Along the way, Grohl drummed for other artists, including Tom Petty, David Bowie and Nine Inch Nails. He also found time to collaborate with many of the artists he loved as a kid to record the coolest vanity album ever, ‘Probot.’ After making a documentary on the studio where Nirvana recorded ‘Nevermind,’ the Foo Fighters frontman landed an HBO documentary series featuring other legendary studios.

Foo Fighters’ North American Tour Will Go Ahead as Scheduled

Foo Fighters
Michael Loccisano, Getty Images

Though the Foo Fighters had to cancel a string of tour dates following Dave Grohl's leg injury, the North American portion of their tour will go on as planned.

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Dave Grohl Is ‘Terrified’ of Kurt Cobain Documentary ‘Montage of Heck’

Dave Grohl
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“All the footage of him as a child, I think that might make me sad, and then the dark stuff at the end I think would bum me out," he said.

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Watch Florence + the Machine Cover Foo Fighters at Glastonbury

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Ian Gavan, Getty Images

Florence + the Machine replaced Foo Fighters as headliners after Dave Grohl broke his leg and the U.K. outfit paid tribute with a chill-inducing cover.

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Foo Fighters Reportedly Already Booked to Headline Next Year’s Glastonbury Festival

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Chris Hyde, Getty Images

After the band had to pull out of this year's headlining spot due to Dave Grohl's broken leg, sources say the U.K. festival already secured the Foos for 2016.

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Foo Fighters Might Only Make Concept Albums From Now On

Foo Fighters
Brantley Gutierrez

Drummer Taylor Hawkins said leader Dave Grohl 'wants the albums to have some other kind of theme or experience linked to them.'

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Now You Can Sign Dave Grohl’s ‘Virtual’ Leg Cast

Dave Grohl
Justin Sullivan, Getty Images

When the nicest rock star in the world falls off a stage in concert, breaks his leg and still finishes the show, you need to get creative with your well wishes.

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Florence + the Machine to Replace Foo Fighters as Glastonbury Headliners

Florence + the Machine
Buda Mendes, Getty Images

The British outfit will step up to the main spot after Dave Grohl's broken leg forced Foo Fighters to pull out.

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Foo Fighters Cancel Remaining U.K. + European Tour Dates Due to Dave Grohl’s Broken Leg

Chris Hyde, Getty Images
Chris Hyde, Getty Images

Grohl had surgery on his broken leg and the Foos will be forced to cancel the rest of their dates in the U.K. and Europe.

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Foo Fighters Forced to Cancel Glastonbury Festival Performance

Foo Fighters
Chris Hyde, Getty Images

After Grohl broke his leg during a concert in Sweden, Glastonbury has a 'contingency plan' in place.

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Dave Grohl Breaks Leg During Concert in Sweden + Still Finishes the Show

Dave Grohl
Kevin Winter, Getty Images

During a Foo Fighters concert in Sweden, Dave Grohl fell and broke his leg. But did the Foos cut the show short? No.

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