Dave Grohl has a busy weekend ahead of himself: Foo Fighters will host and headline the second annual Cal Jam Fest, and it also looks like there will be some sort of Nirvana reunion. Still, Grohl found time on Thursday night to headline a benefit gala for autism awareness, as Alternative Nation points out. He brought along his 12-year-old daughter Violet, who joined her father on stage to perform a pair of covers: Adele’s “When We Were Young” and Billie Eilish’ “Idontwannabeyouanymore”. Watch footage below.
Violet previously teamed with her father to cover “When We Were Young” during a benefit concert back in March. Her vocals have grown all the more impressive since then, no thanks to a summer apprenticeship serving as a Foo Fighters backing singer. Needless to say, Frances Bean Cobain isn’t the only Nirvana offspring to have inherited some stellar musical chops.
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Update: Dave Grohl has a daughter, she is adorable, and she has the voice of a f*cking angel. (Also, their super cute rapport will make your heart melt right out of its cold black LA shell.) . . #davegrohl #violetgrohl #adele #billieeilish #foofighters #everlong #autismspeaks #autismawareness #fefffanclub