Dave Grohl Reflects On Nirvana, Pandemic, & Sheds Tears
One of the coolest cats in the Rock ‘N’ Roll World sat down with BBC and chopped it up about life, fatherhood, Nirvana, and shedding tears over the new ABBA record. For 31-years Grohl has been paving his way in the industry. Kicking off his iconic career in 1990 as the drummer for Nirvana. Those years alone are part of music history that will be remembered forever. After Kurt Cobain’s tragic suicide, Dave and a few of the boys formed Foo Fighters and forged ahead with a new vision and sound.
95‘ a year prior to Kurts passing Dave started Foo Fighters and they have been rocking across the world and selling out stadiums for 26 years now. That my friend is called longevity.
The pandemic let Grohl be still and allowed him to accomplish things he just didn’t have the time for while touring the earth. Dave and the boys blessed us with an album, a Bee Gees cover album, and on October 5th “The Storyteller” the rockstars memories will be released.
IMUer’s be sure to check out both projects below, peep the dope interview, and be on the lookout for the review of the book shortly after it drops on the 5th. Leave us your feedback below to let us know your favorite Foo Fighters songs, and please be sure to subscribe in the top right corner.
Dave Grohl’s Pandemic Portfolio
Great Interview With BBC
Source, Video, & Cover Photo: BBC
Photo 2: Kerrang