Foo Fighters: Preparing Music for Concerts, a studio session recorded at the Foo Fighters’ 606 studios in Northridge, California, streamed earlier today (May 21).
During the livestream, Foo Fighters introduced their new drummer John Freese, but only after a teasing that other famous drummers would replace the late Taylor Hawkins The humorous intro featured cameos from Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Chad Smith (a close friend of Hawkins), Tommy Lee, and Tool’s Danny Carey.
Foo Fighters played an eight-song set during their rehearsal, which was shot in black and white. In addition to classics like “All My Life” and “Monkey Wrench,” they played their recent singles “Rescued” and “Under You,” as well as an unreleased track called “Nothing at All,” both of which appear on But Here We Are.
The band also joked around, briefly playing riffs from Huey Lewis and the News’ “Workin’ for a Livin’” and discussing unfortunate fashion trends of the 1980s. At one point, Dave Grohl admitted that he used to wear a pink polo windbreaker in 1984. Guitarist Chris Shiflett remembered another sartorial tragedy of that decade: “Members Only jackets and parachute pants were the poor man’s leather,” he opined.
Setlist: All My Life
No Son of mine
The Sky Is a Neighborhood
Nothing at All
Downloaded with Live Stream Downloader @4K resolution and Dolby Digital audio.
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