Of their first American late-night TV efficiency since drummer Taylor Hawkins’ dying in March 2022, Foo Fighters appeared for the ninth time final night time (Oct. 28) on NBC’s Saturday Evening Reside to carry out two songs from their newest album, But Here We Are. Launched by visitor star Christopher Walken, Dave Grohl-led group first performed the highly effective single “Rescued” and was joined later by singer/songwriter H.E.R. for a beforehand unannounced model of the extra restrained “The Glass.”
No stranger to protecting rockers resembling Lenny Kravitz and Queen in addition to the Arrows-penned, Joan Jett popularized “I Love Rock’n’Roll,” H.E.R. has additionally recorded her model of “The Glass,” with launch particulars to be introduced. The Foos have solely carried out the music eight instances in practically 40 exhibits this 12 months, most not too long ago throughout an Oct. 12 taping for the PBS sequence Austin Metropolis Limits.
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Elsewhere through the Nate Bargatze-hosted episode, the Foos acquired into the Halloween spirit by showing in promo bumpers dressed because the characters from the Wizard of Oz, with Grohl as Dorothy and bassist Nate Mendel in a furry Cowardly Lion costume. Grohl additionally made a cameo in a sketch the place passengers on a aircraft argued about which of their jobs was the hardest.
The band will wind down its 2023 touring schedule with appearances in Abu Dhabi and Australia in late November and early December, and New Zealand in late January. A summer stadium tour begins June 13 in Manchester, U.Okay., earlier than touching down in North America on July 17 at Citi Discipline in Queens, N.Y.
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