Foo Fighters Reveal If They’ll Play Live In 2019


While Foo Fighters’ Concrete and Gold tour appeared to be coming to an end this fall, the band appear to have some plans for 2019, with the Foos announcing shows on February 15th and 16th in New Orleans. Foo Fighters will be the first performers at the new Fillmore New Orleans, backed by Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue on the 15th, and the Preservation Hall Band on the 16th.

Foo Fighters guitarist Chris Shiflett discussed former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher screwing up the lyrics to The Beatles classic “Come Together” onstage with the Foos and Joe Perry at Cal Jam last year in a new SBSun interview.

“That was so classic,” he said with a laugh since Gallagher couldn’t remember the classic song’s lyrics and just ran with it. “You know, of all the people who should have that (stuff) memorized. Really? It should be him. The funniest part of the whole thing was, and I don’t know how well Joe Perry knew or if he had ever met Liam before then, but the look on Joe’s face when all of that was going down, it was so funny. That, for me, to get to play on stage with Joe Perry, on a personal level that was a dream because Aerosmith was one of my favorite bands growing up. I got to have a little fan moment and I took advantage of it.”