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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.

‘Rent (Jerky Boys),’ a 25-Year-Old Dave Grohl Song, Unearthed

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The song comes from outtakes of Grohl's HBO series 'Sonic Highways.'

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Foo Fighters Debut New ‘The Sky Is a Neighborhood’ Song at Acoustic-4-A-Cure Concert

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YouTube

Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins of the Foo Fighters debuted a song entitled "The Sky Is a Neighborhood" at the Acoustic-4-A-Cure benefit show in San Francisco last night.

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Dave Grohl Complains to His Mom About Her New Book

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In a promo clip, Dave Grohl whines to his mother about how he is portrayed in her book where she spoke with the mothers of other rock stars.

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Watch Dave Grohl Get Embarrassed by His Mom on ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’

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CBS

Dave Grohl's mother brought out his sixth-grade report card while promoting her new book where she interviews the mothers of other rock stars.

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UPDATE: Dave Grohl Will Not Perform With A Tribe Called Quest and Anderson .Paak at Grammys

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Michael Tullberg / Kevin Winter / Dave Kotinsky, Getty Images

Foo Fighters aren't up for any awards, but there will still be a Dave Grohl sighting at the 2017 Grammys.

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Listen to Dave Grohl’s First-Ever Song, ‘Gods Look Down’

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Kevin Winter, Getty Images

A 1990 recording Dave Grohl made of a song from his days in Scream has made its way online.

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15 Great Dave Grohl / Foo Fighters Etsy Holiday Gift Ideas

15 Dave Grohl / Foo Fighters Etsy Gifts

We've combed through Etsy to find gift ideas for the Dave Grohl fan in your life.

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Dave Grohl Rumored to Be Working on New Album

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Kevin Winter, Getty Images

An encounter between a fan and Dave Grohl tells us that he is working on a new project.

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Dave Grohl’s Mom to Release Book of Interviews with Mothers of Rock Stars

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Seal Press

'From Cradle to Stage' sees Virginia Hanlon Grohl talking with the mothers of Michael Stipe, Amy Winehouse and more about raising their famous children.

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Watch Dave Grohl Join the Prophets of Rage to Cover ‘Kick Out the Jams’

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Kevin Winter / Christopher Polk, Getty Images

Dave Grohl sat in with the supergroup on one of rock's defining political anthems.

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