Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl has worked with some of rock music's most respected and admired musicians. From drumming for Nirvana and Queens of the Stone Age, working with Motorhead's Lemmy Kilmister in Probot, Slash, Trent Reznor and even Tony Iommi. Now, the musical powerhouse wants to introduce Taylor Greenwood to the world as his new protege.

Taylor Greenwood began writing songs when she was 13, eventually becoming proficient enough to be accepted into the prestigious Berklee College of Music. Grohl took the time to actively seek out Greenwood, as he caught one of her recent New York City performances. After that, Grohl was convinced that they needed to collaborate.

“In this day and age where processed production can make anyone America’s next big thing, Taylor Greenwood is so refreshing because she is the REAL DEAL,” says Grohl. “A truly amazing artist. Anyone who knows her voice knows the sound of raw, natural talent. I’ve seen her break a room down to pin-drop silence, and then make it explode…all in one song. With a voice that sounds as big in a smoky bar as it does on album…”

The Foo Fighters frontman continues, "The world could use a real artist like Taylor right about now. Definitely one to look out for.”

Grohl and Greenwood are currently working together on some new music. Stay tuned for when the duo's collaboration is complete, but for now, check out the Taylor Greenwood track 'All The Right Ones' in the player below.

Listen to Taylor Greenwood, 'All The Right Ones'