Tag: Foo Fighters
Nate Mendel has played in the Foo Fighters for the past 20 plus years. In fact, the only person who’s been in the Foo Fighters longer is Dave Grohl. While Dave’s non-Foo gigs, and there are many (Them Crooked Vultures, Queens of The Stone Age. etc) may have received much of the attention, Nate’s musical output outside of Foo Fighters is just as impressive.
“Welcome to the craziest fucking night of your entire fucking life,” Dave Grohl shouted to his fans as the Foo Fighters took the rotating circular stage in the middle of The Forum. And just like that … on a cold, rainy Southern California evening in January … the sold out crowd of 17,000 fans were treated to what may very well be the one … Read More Foo Fighters | Dave’s Super Fucking Rad Rock & Roll Club | The Forum | 1/10/15 [Review and Photos]
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KILLER COVER: TORI AMOS COVERING THE CURE Tori Amos covering “Picture of You”. I would totally buy a cover album by Tori Amos. I want a studio recording of this song. So bad. Spine tingles. FAVORITE INSTAGRAM POST OF THE WEEK From fellow concert photograph @GetTiny‘s Instagram feed, a #TBT to when Action Bronson at a chicken wing during a performance in Brooklyn. So awesome. … Read More Your Weekly Weekend Music Mix | 8/22/14 [MUSIC NEWS]
MONSTER MASH UP: WHITE STRIPES AND EURYTHMICS This mash up of the Eurythmics “Sweet Dreams” and the White Stripes “Seven Nation Army” is pretty bad ass. MUSIC INSTA-BABE: ST. VINCENT Quirky and cute, I think St. Vincent is a babe. She hardly posts any “selfies” on her Instagram (which is a good things, but research shows that people who posts tons of selfies tend to … Read More Your Weekly Weekend Music Mix | 8/1/14 [MUSIC NEWS]
Dave Grohl delivers a terrific keynote speech at South By Southwest that any musician, or fan of music, will appreciate. He speaks about his history in the music business, what music is all about, and how people these days perceive music. It made me question some of my musical prejudices. Dave Grohl rocks, and so does his speech.