Foo Fighters couldn't be stopped by a curfew during their recent headlining set at the Bottlerock Festival in Napa, California.
Foo Fighters couldn’t be stopped by a curfew during their recent headlining set at the Bottlerock Festival in Napa, California. The festival pulled the plug on the rockers when they went past the firm 10 p.m. curfew, which they began enforcing strictly after neighbors filed various noise complaints.
The band was midway through their classic track “Everlong” when the fest pulled the plug. Undeterred, the band continued on and played the song acoustic to those that could hear them in the front rows. Fans of the band shouldn’t be surprised, however, as Dave Grohl has been vocal about their willingness to keep their live show fresh every night.
“You’ve got to change it up,” he said. “To keep things interesting musically, like, that’s our lifeline, you know, and to experiment and do things we’ve never done before. So we go out every night and we play all the loud, old rock stuff, we play all the loud new rock stuff, we play acoustic stuff, newer acoustic stuff, we just kind of change it up a little bit.”
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