Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Dave Grohl continues surprise trek with Nashville gig

Rocker DAVE GROHL played his second surprise gig in a week at an intimate acoustic set in Nashville, Tennessee on Wednesday night (07May14). According to local newspaper The Tennessean, Grohl appeared at the legendary Bluebird Cafe to play for a crowd of around 100 people. The Foo Fighters star's set followed an unannounced performance at Washington, D.C.'s 9:30 Club on Monday (05May14). As he introduced himself, he quipped, "My name's Dave Grohl. I'm a drummer," before playing an acoustic guitar throughout the show. Like his previous performance, Grohl played some of Foo Fighters' biggest hits, including Big Me, My Hero, Learn to Fly and Everlong. The newspaper also reports that a camera crew filmed the performance. After the show, the rocker reportedly told the audience he was going to run outside and scream since he had never played such a quiet show before.

Dave Grohl continues surprise trek with Nashville gig

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Rocker DAVE GROHL played his second surprise gig in a week at an intimate acoustic set in Nashville, Tennessee on Wednesday night (07May14). According to local newspaper The Tennessean, Grohl appeared at the legendary Bluebird Cafe to play for a crowd of around 100 people. The Foo Fighters star's set followed an unannounced performance at Washington, D.C.'s 9:30 Club on Monday (05May14). As he introduced himself, he quipped, "My name’s Dave Grohl. I'm a drummer," before playing an acoustic guitar throughout the show. Like his previous performance, Grohl played some of Foo Fighters' biggest hits, including Big Me, My Hero, Learn to Fly and Everlong. The newspaper also reports that a camera crew filmed the performance. After the show, the rocker reportedly told the audience he was going to run outside and scream since he had never played such a quiet show before.
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