Foo Fighters First Performance Without Hawkins Video Leaks


Foo Fighters are set to perform at Wembley Stadium for a special tribute show for the late band drummer Taylor Hawkins. A video clip was posted by a fan page on Twitter that noted rehearsal of ‘Learn to Fly.’ It has been also noted that The latest Instagram story from @KeshaRose gave a little sneak peak at the stadium’s layout for the iconic show.

Taylor Hawkins tribute has a huge line up

Hawkins, the band’s drummer since 1997, died in Bogotá, Colombia on March 25. He was 50 years old. On Saturday, September 3, together with the drummer’s family, Foo Fighters will celebrate Hawkins’ memory and music at a special gig in London. ‘The Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concerts’ also take over LA’s Kia Forum on September 27.

The huge line-up for London gig was completed recently with Metallica‘s Lars Ulrich, Blink-182‘s Travis Barker, AC/DC vocalist Brian Johnson, Kesha and Dave Grohl‘s daughter Violet.

They are set to join a huge first wave of acts for the London show which included Liam Gallagher and Mark Ronson, alongside Queens Of The Stone Age‘s Josh Homme, Supergrass, Queen’s Brian May and Roger Taylor, Wolfgang Van Halen, The Pretenders‘ Chrissie Hynde and many more.

It has been announced that doors for the gig will open at 2.30pm BST, with music starting at 4.30pm sharp. It was also recently announced that both tribute gigs will be globally livestreamed on the Param.

A statement about the shows on Foo Fighters’ website reads: “As one of the most respected and beloved figures in modern music, Taylor’s monolithic talent and magnetic personality endeared him to millions of fans, peers, friends and fellow musical legends the world over. Millions mourned his untimely passing on March 25, with passionate and sincere tributes coming from fans as well as musicians Taylor idolised.

“The Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concerts will unite several of those artists, the Hawkins family and of course his Foo Fighters brothers in celebration of Taylor’s memory and his legacy as a global rock icon—his bandmates and his inspirations playing the songs that he fell in love with, and the ones he brought to life.”