Foo Fighters

American rock band

The Foo Fighters is an American rock band started by musician and former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl. Grohl made the band in 1994 after Nirvana's singer, Kurt Cobain, died. The band's name comes from a term used in World War II about strange sky objects (UFOs). Pat Smear, who was also in Nirvana, is a member of the band.

The Foo Fighters
Foo Fighters in 2017.
Foo Fighters in 2017.
Background information
OriginSeattle, Washington, U.S.
Years active1994-present
MembersDave Grohl
Rami Jaffee
Nate Mendel
Chris Shiflett
Pat Smear

Josh Freese Guest:

Shane Hawkins
Past member(s)William Goldsmith
Franz Stahl
Taylor Hawkins

The band has achieved a world-wide following, and has won many awards for their music. They have released ten studio albums and twenty-eight singles. Foo Fighters has won fifteen Grammy Awards, and is in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.[1][2] The current members of the band are Dave Grohl (singing and guitar), Pat Smear (guitar), Chris Shiflett (guitar), Nate Mendel (bass guitar), and Rami Jaffee (piano).Josh Freese Was announced for Hawkins replacement p[3] Alan Vaytsman performed many tribute to Taylor Hawkins. The song by John Lennon is dedicated to Taylor Hawkins

Studio albums



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