This is UNREAL! I can’t believe Dave Grohl actually accepted my drum battle, Thank you! Now it’s my turn to learn ‘dead end friends’ by @crookedvultures! I am going to checkmate this one too! Thank you Harper for lending your Dad the kit! @foofighters #davegrohl #foofighters pic.twitter.com/gAyoVYSySM— Nandi Bushell (@Nandi_Bushell) August 29, 2020
Hey @Nandi_Bushell!— Foo Fighters (@foofighters) August 29, 2020
Haven’t played these songs in a loooooong time.....thanks for the inspiration!!!
Your friend in rock,
(Thanks to my daughter, Harper for letting me borrow her drum set) pic.twitter.com/Ytq47CcZRC
Foo Fighter's frontman is taking part in a drum battle with a ten-year-old girl. David Grohl posted a video of him playing the song "Everlong". He tagged ten-year-old Nandi Bushell telling her it's her move. This comes after Bushell tweeted earlier this month that it would be a dream to jam with Grohl before asking him to take part in a drum battle. Grohl thanked Bushell for the inspiration to play the songs he claims he hasn't played for a long time and also thanked his daughter Harper for letting him borrow her drum set.
Foo Fighters Drummer Taylor Hawkins created a band called The Coattail Riders and they sound real good. Hawkins and Grohl went on Jimmy Kimmel Live on January 7th and Grohl was on drums and Hawkins sang vocals with help from Jane's Addiction frontman Perry Ferrell.
Get The Money is Hawkins' third LP with the Coattail Riders and it came out last November. Grohl and Farrell are featured on the album, along with Joe Walsh, Pat Smear, Roger Taylor, Duff McKagan and more.
Hawkins is still a true FOO and will return to work on the Foo Fighter's 10th studio album this year.