In support of their latest album, Thank You For Today.
The band wrapped up its US tour with a surprise performance of its seminal debut album.
On stage with The Voidz’s Jeramy “Beardo” Gritter for the ’80s classic.
Trent Reznor dusts off Lost Highway hit at Colorado’s historic Red Rocks Amphitheater.
“Happy in my heart I had the opportunity to play for for Pathways To Paris this weekend,” Flea tweeted. “I love trees, water, air, bluebirds with those little crowns on their heads.”
It marked only the second time Grohl had played the song since Nirvana’s end.
Weezer stepped in for Blink after the punks had to back out of their announced headlining set.
Including the first performance of “Happiness in Slavery” in 23 years.
Setting the Stage: While Ozzy Osbourne has promised not to retire after this trek ends, his current road trip is being called No More Tours 2 for a good reason. The Prince of Darkness says this is it as far …
Madi Duncan took the stage alongside another Foo Fighters superfan, Roxanne Engli.
“We need more peace in the world, we need more love in the world.”
Donald Glover also told the crowd that this would be his last tour as Childish Gambino.