Foo Fighters played a pop-up show at The Palladium in Hollywood over the weekend, a warm-up gig to promote the band's upcoming Cal Jam Festival.
Foo Fighters played a pop-up show at The Palladium in Hollywood over the weekend, a warm-up gig to promote the band’s upcoming Cal Jam Festival.
The second annual Foo Fighter-curated festival will be held on October 5 and 6 in San Bernardino.
Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl and team played an hour-long set in the parking lot of The Palladium. It comprised mostly of rarities from the band’s more than two-decades-long career.
Hundreds of fans attended the free concert.
Chevy Metal, the cover band led by Foo drummer Taylor Hawkins, played eight songs including “My Sharona,” The Rolling Stones’ “Bitch” and “Miss You,” and Queen’s “Tie Your Mother Down” and “Under Pressure.”
The Foos played ten songs, which included “White Limo,” “Watershed,” “Congregation” and “Gimme Stitches.”
Copyright(c) 2018 RTTNews.com. All Rights Reserved