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Foo Fighters at Shoreline Amphitheater 

Wednesday, Sep 9 2015

If there's ever been a Foo Fighters tour that will go down in music history, it's this one. Dave Grohl breaks leg on stage and keeps playing! Boom! Dave Grohl gets high on pain meds and designs a rock 'n' roll throne to perform on! Bang! Dave Grohl serenades crying man in the audience! Blam! Dave Grohl gets fan onstage to play with band! Kablam! This entire tour has been Dave Grohl, night after night, doing memorable things to make his fans happy. (He didn't get that 'Nicest Man in Rock' title for nothing, you know...) Despite the novelties Grohl has bestowed on crowds the last couple of months though, the most important thing to remember is that every Foo Fighters song ever written packs a much greater, heavier punch live. If you've never seen them before, now is most definitely the time.


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