Nearly a quarter of a century ago, Nirvana descended upon the Reading Festival for what would be one of the most legendary performances of their career.
The latest surprise in the Foo Fighters' tour came in the form of a harmonica jam session with Blues Traveler's John Popper.
Dave Grohl explains the story behind the Foo Fighters name while wearing porn star/highway patrol sunglasses.
Grohl spotted a fan wielding a sign that read, “It’s my 50th, let’s have a beer.” Grohl, of course, obliged.
"All of those new bands that play those little two-hour concerts, you don’t want that s--t."
“You can’t just sit there and do nothing. You got to get out there and say what you wanna say, so we did.”
While Grohl says he’s recuperating well, he's wary of life without the throne, which has become just as much of a staple at their shows as the band itself.
The Foo Fighters’ concert in Kansas City, Mo., became the target of the Westboro Baptist Church’s latest protest, but the Foos didn't stand idly by.
The Foo Fighters frontman said, "I started getting offers to do everything from narrative features to Heineken commercials."
Grohl notices the 'drunk, emotional mess' during "My Hero" and promptly invites him onstage to sing "right in his face, prison style."