Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins revealed in a new Kerrang interview that he and Motley Crue’s Tommy Lee were once kicked out of No Doubt frontwoman Gwen Stefani’s house.
“I did a lot of stupid shit when I was drinking, but I remember getting kicked out of Gwen Stefani’s house. Me, my brother and [former Mötley Crüe drummer] Tommy Lee went out on New Year’s Eve, and we went to Gwen’s nice new house. We literally got kicked out by their security, and then I think we went to a strip bar, and then I woke up in a bush in Laurel Canyon. That’s how I saw the New Year in that year. I was such a dumb kid, and I’m so lucky to still be here.”
In a new NME article, Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins begged Oasis to reunite. He hailed Liam Gallagher as a ‘fucking good rock singer’ and remembering ‘great nights out’ together.
“I’ll tell you something about Liam Gallagher,” Hawkins told NME. “That guy is such a fucking good rock good singer. When people talk about Freddie Mercury, they’re like ‘Oh my god, he’s so outrageous’ – a lot of people just skip past the actual thing of what it is that made them great. I watched that Oasis documentary [Supersonic] the other day, and there’s this part were he just sings ‘Champagne Supernova’ in one take in its entirety, and you just go ‘oh fuck’, you know, the reason we all liked him in the first place is because he’s a fucking good singer. He can fucking sing a rock ‘n’ roll song dude.”
Hawkins continued: “I hope him and his brother can get their shit together. I mean come on boys, everyone wants to see Oasis again, give us a break – come on!”