A performance at Glastonbury can be a humbling experience — even for the biggest bands. Case in point: Foo Fighters’ Saturday night headlining set and the moment when the band watched in awe as 150,000 people sang back to them in unison. “This is exactly what I fucking hoped would happen!” Dave Grohl proclaimed in response. The UK has been through a lot over the last month, and it’s moments like this that remind us of the healing power of music.
That moment when 150,000 Glastonbury attendees sang Foo Fighters’ “Best of You” in unison
by Alex Young
on June 24, 2017, 10:56pm
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