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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.

Dave Grohl: ‘Nirvana Became Too Big, Too Quick’

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In a recent interview, Grohl said, "When Kurt died, I woke up the next day and thought ‘I’m Lucky to Be Alive

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Dave Grohl + Florence Welch to Perform at Lionel Richie Tribute Gala

Dave Grohl / Lionel Richie / Florence Welch
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Foo Fighters leader Dave Grohl, Florence and the Machine's Florence Welch, Leon Bridges and more will perform at an upcoming Lionel Richie tribute gala.

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Watch Dave Grohl and Members of Metallica, Slayer + Pantera Cover ‘Ace of Spades’

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The one-off supergroup covered the Motorhead classic in tribute to Lemmy Kilmister at the annual Dimebash in honor of the late Pantera guitarist Dimebag Darrell.

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24 Years Ago: Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’ Becomes the Biggest Album on the Planet

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Martyn Goodacre, Getty Images

Four months after its release, Nirvana's breakthrough reached the top spot on the Billboard 200. But it was clear 'Nevermind' wasn't just another album.

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Dave Grohl Tearfully Remembers Motorhead’s Lemmy: ‘You’re My Musical Hero’

Dave Grohl / Lemmy
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"It’s one thing when you have a hero, but it’s another thing when your hero becomes your friend,” Grohl said of the late Motorhead frontman.

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Those Self-Proclaimed ‘Rockin 1000′ Foo Fighters Fans Cover ‘St. Cecilia’

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The 1,000 Foo Fighters fans who assembled in Cesena, Italy last year to simultaneously cover the band's "Learn to Fly" are back to their virulent video ways.

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Dave Grohl Honors Lemmy With a Motorhead ‘Ace of Spades’ Tattoo

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Grohl paid tribute to the late Motorhead frontman by getting the 'Ace of Spades' logo tattooed to his forearm.

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23 Years Ago: Nirvana Turn Piles of Demos and Outtakes into ‘Incesticide’

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DGC

This 1992 compilation proved that even Nirvana's outtakes were far more interesting than a lot of the best studio efforts by their peers.

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Watch Dave Grohl Team Up With the Muppets on ‘Learn to Fly’

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Dave Grohl guest-starred on the latest episode of 'The Muppets,' and he was accompanied by Miss Piggy’s house band on a rendition of “Learn to Fly.”

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Watch Dave Grohl + Animal Face Off in an Epic Drum Battle on ‘The Muppets’

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On the latest episode of 'The Muppets,' Grohl and Animal settle who’s the superior drummer once and for all.

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