Dave Grohl, Prophets of Rage Cover MC5’s ‘Kick Out the Jams’At Prophets of Rage’s August 24 concert in Toronto, Dave Grohl joined the band to perform a cover of the MC5 classic “Kick Out the Jams.”
5 Artists Who Went Toe-to-Toe with Westboro Baptist ChurchLorde, Kesha, Brad Paisley and more have stood up for a different message.
Producer Butch Vig Credits Dave Grohl for Defining Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’Butch Vig opened up about working with Nirvana for their sophomore studio album Nevermind in late July, and he credits Dave Grohl with helping bring the band’s sound together.
David Bowie Declined to Collaborate with the Foo FightersFile this one under the growing list of David Bowie collaborations that never happened.
Rihanna, Dave Grohl, Chris Stapleton and More added to Lionel Richie GRAMMY TributeThe artists join an already star studded lineup.
Petition Attempts to Get Dave Grohl to Host 'Saturday Night Live'Grohl has definitely paid his dues on "SNL"; it's time to let him host (according to him and some of his fans).
Foo Fighters and Yes' Jon Davison Cover Rush's "Tom Sawyer"Yes is just too hard, according to Grohl.
Tower Records Immortalized in New Doc Featuring Former Employee Dave Grohl, Bruce Springsteen“It’s just a missing part of our society now.”
Watch 1,000 People Play Foo Fighters' 'Learn To Fly' At The Same. Freaking. Time.If Dave Grohl isn't doing the most rock 'n' roll stuff on the planet, he is inspiring others to do some serious rock 'n' roll stuff.
You Need to See Dave Grohl Cover Neil Young's 'Cinnamon Girl' at a Biker RallyApparently, headlining RFK Stadium wasn't enough for Dave Grohl.
Dave Grohl Brings Foo Fighters' Throne, Sonic Highways to Washington D.C.Grohl took the lemon that was his injury and made some sweet, rocking lemonade.
Dave Grohl's Broken Leg Could Cost Foo Fighters MillionsGrohl promises to be back "as soon as possible," but there's still no clue when or whether American dates will become victim to his injury.

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