Even though the U.K. may be thousands of miles away, it really is a small world when the Internet gets involved. And that is something that Dave Grohl is realizing firsthand this week after making comments Sunday to the Reading Festival crowd that it would be the last time they would see the Foo Fighters for a long while.
Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl announced from the stage at the UK's Reading festival on Sunday night (Aug. 26) that the gig would be their last show for a long time, as it marked the end of their summer tour. However, the band does have a couple of more high-profile gigs at the various festivals throughout September.
It was announced earlier this year that former Nirvana bandmates Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic would be making sweet music together once again. Although details have remained vague, the nature of the current collaboration is centered around the upcoming documentary on Sound City Studios, where the Nirvana opus 'Nevermind' was recorded.
Ever since word got out that Dave Grohl has been working on a documentary on the legendary ‘Sound City’ studio, there’s been an air of mystery surrounding it. Grohl continues to throw fans bones here and there whether it's in the form of a hand written note, a fan hotline or most recently a new one minute long trailer for the film.
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.
As we reported recently, Foo Fighters frontman and Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl was set to be honored by his birth city, Warren, Ohio, with some record breaking drumsticks. On Saturday (July 7), the 900-pound monster drumsticks made out of poplar logs were unveiled during a ceremony, and although Grohl couldn’t make the festivities in person, he was there in spirit.