We've taken all of Dave Grohl's albums, with Nirvana, Foo Fighters and beyond, and ranked them.
In case you've ever wondered how much overlap exists between Foo Fighters fans and Jeopardy! contestants, the answer appears to be "not much."
Watch as Dave Grohl plays a surprise acoustic show at Cannes.
Grohl said the pre-Nirvana album changed his life and "it might just change yours."
Foo Fighters' 1997 sophomore album is their first as an official band, but it also turned Dave Grohl into a household name anywhere FM radio reached.
From covers by Foo Fighters and Tori Amos to Muse and Chvrches, the influence of the Purple One clearly reaches far beyond pop and R&B.
Dave Grohl knew from the start what he wanted the Foos' 2011 album to be: a pure and simple rock statement that cuts straight to the pleasure center.
Nobody looks cool all the time. Okay, maybe Iggy Pop, but still.
A teenage band from the U.K. asked Grohl to temporarily stop fighting foo and start fighting their local city council over a sound ban.
A U.K. design studio envisions more than 50 years of rock history as a Facebook timeline featuring archival footage of Elvis and the Beatles with comments from Dave Grohl, Jack White and more.