Are you ready to rock and roll with Foo Fighters again?!
Could Foo Fighters be this mystery band primed to perform at Glastonbury?
The band's historic 11th album, 'But Here We Are', is just days away from release.
Featuring the live debuts of four new songs.
“Excuse me, guys — could we just, like, I dunno, play a song or two … something?"
"Shows like this don't happen every day..."
“All this time it still feels like yesterday/That I walked a million miles with you.”
…And it’s not the Foo Fighters, surprisingly!
It's official: Foo Fighters are back with a bang.
The teasing of a new song has thrilled fans who hope a new record will accompany Foo Fighters’ upcoming live shows.
It’s hard not to feel a tear come to your eye watching drummers from three generations play My Hero.
There goes my hero; he's ordinary.
Take our money for this one!
This radio and television presenter has sent the rumour mill into overdrive.
Foo Fighters have kept their promise to continue as a band just days after sharing an announcement that they will go on.
"We know that you, the fans meant as much to Taylor as he meant to you. And we know that when we see you all again- and we will soon- he'll be there in spirit with all of us every night"
Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee, Soundgarden guitarist Kimmy Thayil and Tool drummer Danny Carey are among a number of blockbuster additions to this week's Los Angeles edition of the Foo Fighters' Taylor Hawkins Tribute concert.
On an emotional night that will live long in the memory, a who's who of rock music, both modern and classic, came together to celebrate the life and music of the beloved drummer, who passed away in March, aged 50.
Originally owned by Foo Fighters guitarist and The Germs founding member Pat Smear, the guitar is being auctioned off alongside a photo of actress Drew Barrymore playing it.
"Taylor was not only an incredible drummer and musician but truly one of the most passionate super fans of music the world has seen. His infectious energy and unique talent will continue to live on through his vast body of work."