Watch Foo Fighters Cover Metallica “Enter Sandman” With 7-Year Old Kid

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Foo Fighters invited a 7-year old onstage to perform with them in Kansas City on Friday night, and asked the boy what he knew how to play on guitar. He said he knew Metallica, and started playing “Enter Sandman.” The band joined in, and it turned into an epic cover of a rock classic. View the video and setlist below.

The Pitch KC wrote about the show, “Dave Grohl & Co. played to a packed-to-the-rafters Sprint Center last night. Grohl spent the evening running all over the stage and swearing way more than seemed necessary. Taylor Hawkins pounded the drums like he was trying to destroy them. Pat Smear kinda bopped around to the side. The set was loose — it often felt like we were watching a bar band on a very big stage, with an incredibly expensive lighting rig. The show went a full two and a half hours, a feedback loop of rock anthems and Friday night party energy. It didn’t stop till nearly midnight.”

Setlist:
Run
The Sky Is a Neighborhood
La Dee Da
Drum Solo
Sunday Rain
Something From Nothing
Walk
These Days
Arlandria
The Pretender
Times Like These
All My Life
Learn to Fly
Breakout
Guitar Solo / Another One Bites the Dust / Keyboard Solo
Imagine / Jump
Blitzkrieg Bop (Ramones cover)
Under Pressure (Queen cover)
My Hero
Monkey Wrench
Best of You

Encore:
Enter Sandman (Metallica cover) (Dave brought a kid on stage to play guitar. Snippets of Welcome Home (Sanitarium) and W I M Roam)
Dirty Water
This Is a Call
Everlong