Dave Grohl performs from throne as Foo return to stage in Washington DC
Foo Fighters are back at it! And Dave Grohl remains the man!
Foo played Saturday night (July 4) for a 20th anniversary concert at the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium in Washington DC.
It was the US band’s first outing since being forced to cancel their UK stadium shows and Glastonbury headline appearance due to Dave Grohl’s recent broken leg.
Grohl took to the stage in a giant throne, surrounded by guitars, lights and amp so he could perform whilst resting his injured leg.
The setlist included select greatest hits like ‘Everlong’, ‘Monkey Wrench’, ‘Learn to Fly’, ‘Big Me’, ‘All My Life’, ‘Breakout’, ‘Best of You’ and more.
Foo Fighters also covered Queen/David Bowie’s ‘Under Pressure’, with Grohl’s own mother joining the band onstage for ‘For All The Cows’.