Foo Fighters Fans Photographed Getting On Dave Grohl’s Limo


Foo Fighters held a pop up show/shop on Friday under the name The Holy Shits outside the Hollywood Palladium on Sunday, and they had Dave Grohl’s White Limo and rock and roll throne on display. Many fans hopped on the limo and sat in the throne for photos. See pictures and videos below.

Revolver reported, “Transitioning then into the Holy Shits set, Grohl and Co. broke out some Foo Fighters deep cuts from throughout their extensive discography, including ‘Gimme Stitches’ and ‘Low,’ ending the event on a high note by pulling out their massive 1997 hit “Everlong.” The pop-up served as a preview for the upcoming October 5-6th festival featuring artists like Iggy Pop, Tenacious D, Garbage, Greta Van Fleet and more. A full line-up and ticketing info can be found on the official Cal Fest ’18 website.”

Rolling Stone reported, “Foo Fighters’ Taylor Hawkins recruited Queen drummer Roger Taylor on Sunday for a live cover of ‘Under Pressure,’ the latter band’s 1982 hit with David Bowie. The performance – a warm-gig promoting the band’s upcoming October festival, Cal Jam – highlighted a surprise pop-up show at the parking lot of the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, California.

The all-star team-up occurred during an opening set from Hawkins’ covers band, Chevy Metal. The drummer’s Foo Fighters bandmates Pat Smear and Nate Mendel also joined for ‘Under Pressure’; Hawkins handled the Freddie Mercury portion of the vocal duet, with Chevy Metal’s Wiley Hodgden covering the Bowie melodies.”

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