The Foo Fighters' new 'Sonic Highways' album acts as a sort of musical tour through the U.S., paying tribute to places and performers who have inspired the band.
The mutual admiration society between Heart and the Foo Fighters continues -- and continues to produce performances that fans of both bands can love.
We're still a few weeks away from release of the new Foo Fighters album on Nov. 10, but the band has been pumping up fans with trailers, teasers and songs for a few months now.
Foo Fighters and Rick Nielsen performed 'Something from Nothing' on the 'Late Show with David Letterman' last night (Oct. 17).
After bringing out Zac Brown, Heart and Tony Joe White to join them for the first three nights of their week-long 'Late Show with David Letterman' residency, the Foo Fighters gave themselves a tough act to follow on Thursday.
Now that cover of 'War Pigs' sorta makes sense.
For the third night of their recent residency on 'Late Show With David Letterman,' the Foo Fighters invited swamp-rock legend Tony Joe White to join them for a performance of White's signature 1968 song 'Polk Salad Annie.'
The Foo Fighters started their week-long residency on 'Late Show With David Letterman' by paying tribute to Black Sabbath, but for their second night, they stayed much closer to home, teaming up with Heart for a rendition of the Seattle legends' 'Kick It Out.'
You'll need an HBO subscription to watch the Foo Fighters' new 'Sonic Highways' documentary series, but anyone with a broadband connection can help the band celebrate the first episode's premiere airing on Oct. 17.
The Foo Fighters started their weeklong 'Late Show With David Letterman' residency in style last night, calling on country star Zac Brown to help them run through a raging rendition of Black Sabbath's 'War Pigs.'