Monday, September 18, 2017

VIDEO: Foo Fighters rock AC/DC classic on BBC Radio 1

The Foo Fighters recently rocked AC/DC’s 1977 classic, “Let There Be Rock”, during a session for BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge series, and video from the broadcast is streaming online.

The band joined Radio 1 host Clara Amfo at their own headquarters in Los Angeles, Studio 606, to discuss their new album, “Concrete And Gold”, and to kick off Live Lounge month on the station.

The Foos also delivered live performances of their current single, “The Sky Is A Neighborhood”, as well as the “In Your Honor” hit “Best Of You”, and their 2002 classic, “Times Like These.”

“Concrete And Gold” was co-produced by the band and Greg Kurstin (Adele, Kelly Clarkson, Sia) and mixed by Darrell Thorp (Beck, Radiohead).

The Foo Fighters will launch their ninth album with a fall US tour that will begin with their own Cal Jam 17 festival at Glen Helen Regional Park in San Bernardino, CA on October 7, which will feature more than a dozen acts, including Queens Of The Stone Age, Cage The Elephant, Liam Gallagher, Royal Blood and more.

The groups will follow the Cal Jam 17 event with an October 12 performance at the grand opening of the new Washington, DC venue, Anthem, before bringing their live show to arenas across the US, with dates scheduled into December.

See also:

Foo Fighters launch Concrete And Gold with animated video
AUDIO: Foo Fighters stream new song The Line
VIDEO: Foo Fighters release The Sky Is A Neighborhood
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