Alice Cooper, Queen’s Roger Taylor Join Foo Fighters in Concert
Alice Cooper and Queen's Roger Taylor joined the Foo Fighters on stage at last weekend’s gig at The National Bowl in Milton Keynes, United Kingdom. The mascara-wearing rocker performed his classic hits 'School’s Out' and 'I’m 18' with the band, the same songs he recently performed with actor Johnny Depp at his own London show.
After the show, Alice tweeted a nice message to Grohl and the guys: “It’s easy to look good when you’ve got America’s best rock band behind you! Thanks for sharing your stage @Foofighters!”
Cooper wasn’t the Foos’ only special guest over the weekend. Other stage visitors included Grohl’s Them Crooked Vultures bandmate and Led Zeppelin bass player John Paul Jones, blues musician Seasick Steve and Queen drummer Roger Taylor, who stepped in for drummer Taylor Hawkins so Hawkins could sing on ‘Cold Day in the Sun.’
Foo fans, note: The lovable grunge-rockers' new video for the song 'Walk,' is filled with classic Grohl humor.
Who would you like to see perform with the Foos?