Foo Fighters' Super Saturday Show Highlights

To help celebrate football fan’s favorite time of the year, the Foo Fighters played a sold-out pre-Super Bowl concert on Saturday night in Atlanta, which was live-streamed over Twitter. The musical event featured an array of special guests, including Zac Brown Band, Tom Morello, Run the Jewels, and Roger Taylor of Queen.
Prior to the Foo Fighters headlining performance, Run the Jewels – which also featured rapper El-P – bounced across the massive stage with fiery renditions of their hits “Legend Has It,” “Blockbuster Night Part 1” and “Thursday in the Danger Room.” With such an epic start, the night only got better with collaborations and special guests sprinkled throughout the show.

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In a swirl of guitars, frontman Dave Grohl and the rest of the guys burst onto the stage, performing the 2002 hit “All My Life." Red lighting engulfed the expertly designed venue and flickered as Grohl and the band roared through “Learn to Fly” and “The Pretender.”
During their set, Roger Taylor of Queen arrived to play drums while Foos' drummer Taylor Hawkins sang lead on the glorious David Bowie/Queen “Under Pressure.” Zac Brown and Tom Morello also joined the party when they dropped in to jam Black Sabbath’s “War Pigs,” and of course, we can't forget veteran jazz saxophonist Dave Koz's fierce performance of “La Dee Da.” Continuing off the exciting momentum, Grohl yelled to the crowd,
"This ain't no halftime shit, this a fucking good time shit right now! Hold on... hold on, it ain't over yet motherfuckers."   
Grohl brought out Jane's Addiction singer Perry Farrell and after some good-natured wrestling between Perry and Dave, bassist Nate Mendel kicked into Jane's' crushing "Mountain Song," while Morello, Brown and Grohl took turns playing the song's overwhelming guitar parts.

Foo Fighters' Setlist
If you missed it, you can watch the full show below:

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The Foo Fighters are currently touring in support of Concrete & Gold, and have only four more U.S. dates and a summer trek through Europe before the lengthy world tour comes to an end. For remaining tour dates, check out their official website HERE.
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Last updated: 18 Sep 2020, 14:20 Etc/UTC