A fan named Danomate has uploaded a great photo of Dave Grohl spitting his gum towards the camera at the end of a recent Foo Fighters show.
“Dave spitting his gum at the camera before walking off stage. Adelaide, Australia.”
“That’s the Money Shot (Dave spitting his gum at the camera).”
Simon McManus also tweeted a post concert ‘Good Guy Dave’ story. “Respect to #DaveGrohl @foofighters hanging out and doing selfies with the @Cleanevent_NZ crew after the crowds have left. #Legend.”
See the gum ‘money shot’ and Grohl with the venue crew below. Also, do you think Dave Grohl is the nicest and coolest guy in rock and roll? Let us know in the comments section!
— Simon McManus (@SiMcmanus) February 4, 2018
Foo Fighters performed yesterday at Mt. Smart Stadium in Auckland, and Dave Grohl took the blame for the band causing a natural disaster there several years ago.
“The only city we’ve ever played where the Foo Fighters’ show triggered a fucking earthquake,” he screamed.
When the Foo Fighters played at Western Springs in 2011, the concert registered on Geo Net’s monitoring station. They literally caused an earthquake by rocking so hard!
This time around, Foo Fighters may have stopped the rain in Auckland, as it had been pouring before the band took the stage.
“It’s a beautiful day to play a rock show,” Grohl announced according to Stuff.co.nz.
His sarcastic joke was taken as more of a commandment from his devoted fans – as is everything he says.
All he needed to do was point and the entire Mt Smart field would jump.
He left the fans pleading for more, ordering his band not to “give them too much”.
Dave Grohl made the journey out into the centre of the park only twice during the set, saying he had been hesitant to “walk the cat walk” in such miserable weather. But, once he got out, he couldn’t help but play the crowd.