With the Foo Fighters in full hype mode for this Friday’s release of their hotly anticipated new album ‘Concrete & Gold’, they gave us another glorious morsel of musical deliciousness today in the form of this rousing AC/DC cover of ‘Let There Be Rock’ from a recent BBC Session.
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The performance shows off Grohl and company’s dedication to rock’s roots at a time, when some Rock & Roll Hall of Famers claim it’s “dead”. This particular cover is foot stomper they included in their marathon Lollpalooza after show this past August at Chicago’s Metro. That 3 hour plus set also included covers of Queen, the Faces, Tom Petty, the Rolling Stones and a special rendition of Jane’s Addiction’s ‘Mountain Song’ with Lolla founder Perry Farrell guesting on vocals. Watch our FB live videos from that memorable show here.
This same BBC session also included live performances of their new single ‘The Sky is a Neighborhood’ with backup singers and ‘Best of You’