Foo Fighters leader Dave Grohl played a second surprise show this week -- this time at the legendary Bluebird Cafe on Wednesday night (May 7) in Nashville.
Two nights after the Foos rocked the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C., Grohl took the stage alone, introducing himself to the crowd of just 100 people with "My name's Dave Grohl. I'm a drummer" and playing an hour of Foos favorites including "Times Like These," "Learn To Fly," "Everlong," "Big Me," "My Hero" and more -- but no new songs. A professional camera crew filmed the entire set.
The Foos have been working on their eighth studio album at various iconic studios around the U.S. and were presumably recording in Nashville this week. The group's only live show currently is on June 20 at the Firely Music Festival in Delaware.