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Having Foo Fighters tickets means you’ll be seeing one of the greatest rock and roll bands of all-time. Foo Fighters are a tight, musically proficient outfit that always connects with their audiences and never fails to gives one-hundred and ten percent.
Regardless of where you’re seeing them perform—east coast or west coast, intimate space or large venue, indoor arena or outdoor amphitheater—the Foo Fighters have the chops to blow you away.
The band formed in 1994 in Seattle, Washington. For their debut self-titled album, the Foo Fighters had one member, Dave Grohl.
After the disbanding of Nirvana following the death of Kurt Cobain, Grohl launched the Foo Fighters as a solo project. Other members weren’t recruited until after the debut album was recorded.
Grohl had written several songs while a member of Nirvana but kept them private due to his admiration and awe of Cobain. After Nirvana dissolved, he recorded his songs. Grohl performed almost every instrument track and all the vocals.
Today, Foo Fighters are comprised of Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Rami Jaffee, Nate Mendel, Chris Shiflett, and Pat Smear.For the Foo Fighters, Grohl moved away from the skins and to the frontman position. He also picked up the guitar. Hawkins plays drums.
Some of Foo Fighters most beloved songs are “Learn to Fly,” “This is a Call,” “Big Me,” “Monkey Wrench,” “My Hero,” “Best of You,” and “Something from Nothing.”
The band’s name comes from the World War II era slang for UFO.