Dave Grohl Caught Buying ‘Expensive’ Car In Photo


Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl was recently spotted driving a 1968 Chevrolet Camaro, High Life magazine reports.

“Since first arriving in Los Angeles in 1990 to record Nirvana’s Nevermind, Dave Grohl has experienced a complicated love affair with California’s most rock’n’roll city. Ahead of a triumphant UK tour, he tells Eve Barlow about the enduring power of Foo Fighters and offers up his tips on surviving and thriving in the Golden state.

A Starline bus swings towards Mulholland Scenic Overlook on the edge of MRCA’s Fryman Canyon Park. It stops in front of a scarlet 1968 Chevrolet Camaro parked on the side of the road, surrounded by a camera crew. The tourists look on, hoping they’re privy to an early glimpse of Tinseltown magic. Standing next to the car is the star – Dave Grohl, frontman of Foo Fighters, former drummer of Nirvana and all-around rock’n’roll firebrand for the past 30 years. The tourists don’t see Grohl. They’re focused on the Camaro. True to form, Grohl can’t resist taking centre stage.”

Bengoris posted on the Nirvana Reddit recently about unheard material, “Song in D was likely not a Nirvana song. I read a comment on this sub that said that Butch Vig could have misremembered the story behind the song, as a song called Song in D appears on an album by a band he produced right after Nevermind. Also Krist and Dave have no recollection of the song, so it is quite possible that the infamous Song in D doesn’t exist, at least not in the way we thought it does. I would link the author of the comment, but I can’t find it.”

Sal_Bonpensiero responded, “It’s not the quality so much as completism. The March recordings would be the last of his life. I love Kurt. Even if he’s slurring his way through the songs it’d be nice to have. I have a tape of my dad singing drunk off his ass in the mid 90s and even though it’s not “Art” it’s interesting to hear my dad drunkenly coming up with a song and singing and playing guitar. I’d take Kurt reading the phone book backwards high. I don’t care.” Red Hot Chili Peppers’ guitarist recently made a ‘sick’ Nirvana claim.