Can you identify all the people who aren’t David Bowie or Billy Corgan?
The best, the best, the best, the best of Foo.
“I don’t care if you pay $1,” Grohl said in a recent interview.
I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass.
Don’t blink, you might miss Elton John covered in butterflies or Lorde wearing angel wings.
And really, ONLY David Bowie could have brought all these people together!
No matter what you get, you’re going to be wearing dirty flannel.
From Sarah Michelle Gellar hanging on the set of Cruel Intentions, to Tyra Banks showing off some serious early ’90s fashion. Welcome back to #ThrowbackThursday!
The 20th anniversary reissue of In Utero contains an awesome historical document.
Artist Butcher Billy has taken iconic ’90s alt-rock heroes and mashed them up with your favorite video game characters.
Twelve rounds of the heated debates you and your best friends had back in the day.
There’s a lot you don’t know about David.
The iconic band was signed for a mere $600.
Twenty years ago, MTV held the most epic and iconic VMAs of all time — which included appearances by Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Madonna, Janet Jackson, R.E.M., and Neil Young. So step aside, 2000 VMAs. Just step aside.
Queens Of The Stone Age isn’t quite a supergroup, but they’re something close to it.
In 1993, Anthony and Flea brought “charisma, uniqueness, nerve, and talent,” to Nirvana’s taping of MTV Live and Loud. WARNING: too much sexiness ahead.
From Rihanna going #seapunk to the most intense Kanye performance ever, this was a banner year for music on Saturday Night Live.
Go on, try and name a cooler rock dad. He’s just the best, the best, the best, the best, the b—
A member of The Winter Brave’s roommate shared their song with Grohl, and now it’s blowing up on social media.
These are the Daves of our lives.
Dave Grohl wins. He just wins.
I mean, let’s be real, they’ll probably get back together, but for now they’re on a break.
Proving for the hundredth time how truly awesome he is, Dave Grohl leaned over while on stage and filled one of his concert-goer’s cups with beer inbetween songs.
Fellow (now former?) SNL’ers Jason Sudeikis and Andy Samburg sang backup. Amy Poehler and Will Forte also took their turn as rockstars.
Well, kind of. It’s more like a well produced skit with about a minute and a half of actual music. Val Kilmer, Josh Groban, and Dave Grohl guest star.
At last Sunday’s Grammy Awards, Foo Fighters front man Dave Grohl used his acceptance speech to sing the praises of analog recording. Though many (including BuzzFeed) praised the speech (and lamented that Grohl was cut off by LMFAO’s “Party Rock Anthem”), a large sector of the Internet was pissed. So he wrote them a letter.
Are you ready to rock?! During a concert in Auckland, New Zealand 50,000 Foo Fighter fans and their enthusiasm was picked up as geological tremors by local seismic stations.
To celebrate the upcoming 20th anniversary of the release of Nevermind (which will make certain of us feel older than God), SPIN Magazine put together a Nirvana tribute album called Newermind. And it’s free. All you have to do is friend SPIN on Facebook. Among the notables: Meat Puppets cover “Smells Like Teen Spirit,” The Vaselines do “Lithium” and Titus Andronicus provide a rendition of “Breed.”
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From a 15-year-old Dave Grohl to the band Aerobic Death. I hope they said yes - John Denver’s Nightmare is an awesome name for a mix tape. (From Letters of Note, via @thoughtbrain)
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Really want to go back to 7th grade right now…
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