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10 Painful Falls Off Stage

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On June 12, Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl suffered a nasty fall while performing in Sweden. Grohl broke his leg and had to be stretchered out of the amphitheater. But Good Guy Grohl once again showed his unwavering passion for music by finishing the gig in a cast while sitting on a chair.

Grohl’s painful tumble and triumphant return to the stage inspired us in many ways, one of which you can watch above in this Loud List!

This Loud List compiles some of the most brutal and/or comical falls off a concert stage. Grohl isn’t the only musician to suffer serious injuries after his fall, Black Veil Brides frontman Andy Biersack broke three ribs after attempting to jump from a podium back onto the stage during a mall gig.

On the comedic side, Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler is the undisputed champion of tumbling offstage. In one piece of this video, Tyler falls after showing off some dance moves, while another shows a suspicious push from guitarist Joe Perry. You’ll also see musicians such as Scott Weiland and Axl Rose take one small step too far while marching around the stage.

Check out these and plenty more unfortunate plunges in the 10 Painful Falls Off Stage video above. Be sure to check out more Loud Lists below!

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