Foo Fighters Fans Worried About Taylor Hawkins


Jane’s Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro recently took to his Instagram account and posted a picture, where he mentioned a surprise to fans about Foo Fighters’ Taylor Hawkins. Recently the rumors about Foo Fighters member hospitalization rumor had concerned the fans.


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Foo Fighters fans are concerned after Taylor Hawkins misses a show

Navarro wrote in the caption about a show where Billy Idol and Taylor Hawkins were set to perform at the Above Ground show, but had to cancel. He revealed that there have been surprises planned for the fans. He named a couple of organizations he urged the fans to support, with the amount from the ticket purchase being donated. He urged the fans to join him as the donations from Above Ground has set a mission to raise awareness and funds for issues of mental health.

Foo Fighters fans on the band’s Reddit are worried that Taylor might have missed the show as he could potentially be going for a hospital visit.

The global music icons and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees were set to be the final day headline act at the Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix but they recently confirmed that their performance was called off due to ‘unforeseen medical circumstances’.

It was revealed that a member of Foo Fighters was taken to hospital from an airport in Chicago on Thursday, which led to the cancellation of the race-day concert at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Sunday. This is according to The National News, who said a member was ‘rushed to the hospital.’

We will have to wait and see if they come with any official explanation regarding the absence of Hawkins.

One fan speculated on the Foos Reddit, “I’ve had a feeling something was going on with Taylor ever since they made the announcement. He has been promoting his new band a lot in between Foo fighters shows and then all of the sudden that stopped on instagram. Just reposts. Hope he gets the help he (or whoever it might be) needs.”