Dave Grohl Kissed And Embraced By Stunning Women In Club Photos


Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl has been on vacation in Las Vegas, and Good Guy Dave has been friendly to every fan he has seen as he has hung out and had fun at clubs and shows! Fans have kissed and hugged Grohl, with one writing, “When a mutha f*ckin legend ends up being super cool! Thank you Dave!”

Another beautiful female fan wrote, “‘One of these days the clocks will stop and time won’t mean a thing’ #FooFighters #Nirvana #Tao Such an honor meeting Dave! Such a humble person ??.”

Grohl has performed numerous times in Las Vegas, and also traveled there for vacations.

In a 2017 interview with Lars Ulrich on Apple Music’s Beats 1, Grohl remembered the iconic Metallica drummer sending a plane to bring him to party in Vegas.

“You guys sent your plane down to pick us up,” Grohl recalled. “So now we’ve got a plane. We fly up there, we’re drinking wine, we starting to get a little loaded, but I had to get home to my wife and kids, and you were like, ‘Let’s go to Vegas.’ I’m like, ‘What do you mean?’ You’re like, ‘You’ve got the plane right?’ ‘Yeah, your plane.’ I’m like, ‘Dude, we can’t go to Vegas,’ and you go, ‘We can do whatever we want!’ I was like, ‘Yeah, we can, man!’ Then I went straight home. ‘We could do whatever we want — I wanna be Lars Ulrich so bad.'”

Grohl also shared the story of how he first met Lemmy Kilmister. “I’d never met him or anything like that and then once in the end, like, 1998 or something, I was at this strip club with a bunch of friends and Lemmy was at the video poker thing. I mean, I saw him and he might as well have been Elvis. I was just like, ‘Oh my god, that’s Lemmy — no way,” and I go back to the bathroom and I’m like, ‘I have to pay my respects to the guy, like, damn he’s a hero. He’s a legend, you know.’ And so I walk up to him and said, ‘Hey man, I just want to say your music changed my life. I’ve loved it since I was a kid or whatever.’ And he looked at me and grunted.

I didn’t think he would recognize me or anything. But he looks at me and said, ‘Hey man, I’m sorry about what happened to your friend Kurt.’ It’s like the first thing he ever said to me and I’m like, What a thing to say. What a sweet thing to say to a stranger. I walked away just thinking, Oh my God. And he’s got a heart? He’s a gun-slinging badass. And so it just made me love him even more. It was a very generous and caring thing to say to someone that he didn’t have to say that to at all.”