Jason Momoa Fanboys For Dave Grohl In Photo


Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl was recently spotted hanging out with popular Hollywood actor Jason Momoa and his new band ÖOF TATATÁ following their performance at Cannery Hall in Nashville on Tuesday night.

Dave Grohl poses with Jason Momoa and his band

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It has been noted that their visit to Music City also included a surprise show, a guest appearance from a Nashville singer-songwriter, and some time exploring the city. Well ahead of the show, the band popped into Tin Roof on Broadway to play a surprise concert for fans.

On X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, Momoa said, “We had a small impromptu performance @tinroofbroadway getting ready for tonight @canneryhallnashville who is ready to see some @oof_tatata and drink some @meilivodka.”

The band comprised of Momoa on the bass, Kenny Dale Borill on the drums and Mike Hayes on vocals and guitar and they are touring in promotion of Momoa’s vodka brand, Meili Vodka. At the band’s surprise show at Tin Roof, Momoa poured his vodka for fans and took shots with them.

According to social media, the band also stopped by Nashville’s Gibson Garage to play some guitars on May 21.

Jason Momoa and band rock Cannery Hall

Fans on social media have been posting videos online from Momoa’s show and showed Momoa playing bouncing electric bass and wearing a black bowler hat. Meanwhile, later in the performance, Momoa brought out Nashville singer-songwriter Colbie Caillat to sing Chris Stapleton’s song “Tennessee Whiskey.”

One fan posted online, “Not on my bingo card: seeing Jason Momoa’s band in Nashville with Colbie Caillat singing Chris Stapleton’s song.”

Jason Momoa’s new band

In a video, Jason Momoa stated that the band’s tour started in Montana and after Nashville, they are headed to play shows in Austin, Santa Monica, Hollywood, Chicago and Hawaii.

The band played their first show together at a party in New Zealand in April with guest appearances from Rita Ora and Jack Black on vocals. (Momoa and Black recently wrapped filming “Minecraft” the movie together, slated to release on April 4, 2025). It has been noted that the band’s original performance in New Zealand could also relate to the band’s name. ÖOF TATATÁ translates to “Oof, Almost” in Māori, the language of the Māori people, the indigenous Polynesian people of mainland New Zealand. During the first performance, fans stated that the band covered Black Sabbath, Hendrix, Zeppelin, Metallica and Stevie Nicks.