Dave Grohl may be the hardest working man in the world of rock. Along with his highly decorated careers with Nirvana, Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, Probot, Them Crooked Vultures and many others, Grohl recently premiered his 'Sound City' documentary at the Sundance Film Festival, with the film now available to see in select theaters. Taking on yet another project, Grohl collaborated with Washington, D.C., group RDGLDGRN to record the song 'I Love Lamp.'
Foo Fighters may be on a break, but fans shouldn't fear about their future. First of all, relationships seem to still be intact with the band's members turning up at the musician's recent 'Sound City' concert to help him promote his documentary. And secondly, Dave Grohl himself says that he's got a plan in place for his return to the band.
Before Paris Hilton made night vision famous, the Foo Fighters utilized the technique to make us all uncomfortable. The band, who often inject humor into their videos, drove a bit off the path in their video for 'Low.' Starring hillbilly versions of Dave Grohl and Tenacious D's Jack Black, the flick depicts the duo trashing a hotel room while getting wasted.
Musician, director, humanitarian - Dave Grohl has been one busy Foo Fighter this year. And now, it has just been revealed via the Foos' Twitter page that the frontman will serve as guest host on the 'Chelsea Lately' show on the E! network tonight (Dec. 6), filling in for the show's usual host, Chelsea Handler.
Over the weekend (Dec. 2), several rockers descended upon Washington, D.C., to pay homage to one of the most influential rock bands of all time – the legendary Led Zeppelin. The tribute performances for the annual Kennedy Center Honors show would see the combined talents of Foo Fighters, Lenny Kravitz and Kid Rock all take the stage to play classics from Led Zeppelin and attempt to do them justice.