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During a Toronto stop on their tour, Grohl played drums at the Iggy Pop show. While playing Even Flow - Pearl Jam - Eleven (CD) Scream, Grohl became a fan of the Melvins and eventually befriended the band.
A few months later, Scream unexpectedly disbanded mid-tour following the departure of bassist Skeeter Thompson, who left to join The Four Horsemen. Grohl briefly contemplated joining shock-rockers GWAR. He said, "GWAR were looking for a drummer Osborne informed him that Nirvana was looking for a drummer and gave Grohl the phone numbers of Cobain and Novoselic, who subsequently invited Grohl to Seattle to audition for Nirvana.
Grohl soon joined the band full-time. At the time that Grohl joined Nirvana, the band had already recorded several demos for the follow-up to their debut album Bleachhaving spent time recording with producer Butch Vig in Wisconsin.
Initially, the plan was to release the album on Sub Popbut the band received a great deal of interest based on the demos. Grohl spent the initial months with Nirvana traveling to various labels as the band shopped for a deal, eventually signing with DGC Records. Upon its release, Nevermind exceeded all expectations and became a worldwide commercial success.
Rather than using his own name, Grohl released the cassette under the pseudonym "Late! In the later years of Nirvana, Grohl's songwriting contributions increased. In Grohl's initial months in Olympia,  Cobain overheard him working on a song called "Color Pictures of a Marigold", and the two subsequently worked on it together.
Grohl would later record the song for the Pocketwatch cassette. Even Flow - Pearl Jam - Eleven (CD) also contributed the main guitar riff for "Scentless Apprentice". Cobain admitted in a late MTV interview that he initially thought the riff was "kind of boneheaded", but was gratified at how the song developed a process captured in part in a demo on the Nirvana box set With the Lights Out. Cobain noted that he was excited at the possibility of having Novoselic and Grohl contribute more to the band's songwriting.
Prior to their European tour, the band scheduled session time at Robert Lang Studios in Seattle to work on demos. For most of the three-day session, Cobain was absent, so Novoselic and Grohl worked on demos of their own songs. On the third day of the session, Cobain finally arrived, and the band recorded a demo of a song later named " You Know You're Right ".
It was the band's final studio recording. Following Cobain's death in AprilGrohl retreated, unsure of where to go and what to do with himself. In OctoberGrohl scheduled studio time, again at Robert Lang Studios, and quickly recorded a fifteen-track demo. With the exception of a single guitar part on "X-Static" played by Greg Dulli of the Afghan WhigsGrohl performed all of the instruments himself.
At the same time, Grohl wondered if his future might be in drumming for other bands. Petty asked him to join permanently, but Grohl declined. After passing the demo around, Grohl found himself with considerable major label interest. Grohl did not want the effort to be considered the start of a solo career, so he recruited other band members: former Germs and touring Nirvana guitarist Pat Smear and two members of the recently disbanded Sunny Day Real EstateWilliam Goldsmith drums and Nate Mendel bass.
Rather than re-record the album, Grohl's demo was given a professional mix by Rob Schnapf and Tom Rothrock and was released in July as Foo Fighters' debut album. During a break between tours, the band entered the studio and recorded a cover of Gary Numan 's " Down in the Park ". After touring for the self-titled album for more than a year, Grohl returned home and began work on the soundtrack to the movie Touch. Grohl performed all of the instruments and vocals himself, save for vocals from Veruca Salt singer Louise Post on the title track, keyboards by Barrett Jones who also co-produced the record on one track, and vocals and guitar by X's John Doe on "This Loving Thing Lynn's Song ".
Grohl completed the recording in two weeks, and immediately joined Foo Fighters to work on Even Flow - Pearl Jam - Eleven (CD) follow-up. In the midst of the initial sessions for Foo Fighters second album, tension emerged between Grohl and drummer William Goldsmith.
According to Goldsmith, "Dave had me do 96 takes of one song, and I had to do thirteen hours' worth of takes on another one.
Goldsmith also believed that Capitol and producer Gil Norton wanted Grohl to drum on the album. Grohl penned a few new songs, recording one of them, " Walking After You ", by himself at a studio in Washington, D. Inspired by the session, Grohl opted to move the band, without Goldsmith's knowledge,  to Los Angeles to re-record most of the album with Grohl behind the kit.
After the sessions were complete, Goldsmith officially announced his departure from the band. Speaking in about the tension surrounding the departure of Goldsmith, Grohl explained that "there were a lot of reasons it didn't work out, but there was also a part of me that was like, you know, I don't know if I'm finished playing the drums yet".
He also stated that he wished he had "handled things differently". The effort was released in May as the band's second album, The Colour and the Shapewhich eventually cemented Foo Fighters as a staple of rock radio. Just prior to the album's release, former Alanis Morissette drummer Taylor Hawkins joined the band on drums. The following September, Smear a close friend of Jennifer Youngblood left the band,  citing a need to settle down following a lifetime of touring. Smear was subsequently replaced by Grohl's former Scream bandmate Franz Stahl.
Stahl was kicked out of the band prior to recording of Foo Fighters' Even Flow - Pearl Jam - Eleven (CD) album  and was replaced by touring guitarist Chris Shiflettwho later became a full-fledged member during the recording of One by One. Grohl's life of non-stop touring and travel continued with Foo Fighters' popularity. During his infrequent pauses he lived in Seattle and Los Angeles before returning to Alexandria, Virginia.
It was there that he turned his basement into a recording studio where the album There Is Nothing Left to Lose was recorded. Grohl described the recording experience as "intoxicating at times" because the band members were left completely to their own devices. He added, "One of the advantages of finishing the record before we had a new label was that it was purely our creation. It was complete and not open to outside tampering. Inthe band recruited Queen guitarist Brian May to add some guitar flourish to a cover of Pink Floyd 's " Have a Cigar ", a song which Foo Fighters previously recorded as a B-side.
Near the end ofFoo Fighters returned to the studio to work on their fourth album. After four months in the studio, with the sessions finished, Grohl accepted an invitation to join Queens of the Stone Age and helped them to record their album Songs for the Deaf. Grohl can be seen drumming for the band in the video for the song " No One Knows ". After a brief tour through North America, Britain and Japan with the band  and feeling rejuvenated by the effort, Grohl recalled the other band members to completely re-record their album at his studio in Virginia.
The effort became their fourth album, One by One. While initially pleased with the results, in another Rolling Stone interview, Grohl admitted to not liking the record: "Four of the songs were good, and the other seven I never played again in my life. We rushed into it, and we rushed out of it.
Between October 26, and March 1, Grohl was in the number one spot on the Modern rock charts for 17 of 18 successive weeks, as a member of three different groups. Prior to starting work on the album, the band spent almost a year relocating Grohl's home-based Virginia studio to a brand new facility, dubbed Studiolocated in a warehouse near Los Angeles. It was recorded during a three-month period between March and Juneand its release was preceded by the first single " The Pretender " on September On November 3,Foo Fighters released their first Greatest Hits collection, consisting of 16 tracks including a previously unreleased acoustic version of "Everlong" and two new tracks " Wheels " and "Word Forward" which were produced by Nevermind 's producer Butch Vig.
Grohl has been quoted saying the Greatest Hits is too early and " He does not feel they have written their best hits yet. It became the band's first album to reach No. Despite rumors of a hiatus,  Grohl confirmed in January that the band had completed writing material for their follow-up to Wasting Light.
On November 10,the Foo Fighters released their eighth studio album, Sonic Highwayswhich reached number two in the United States. The album features eight songs, each inspired by a different U. On June 12,while playing a show in Gothenburg, Sweden, Grohl fell off the stage, breaking his leg.
He left temporarily and returned with a cast to finish the concert. To avoid having to cancel the band's upcoming North American tour, Grohl designed a large "elevated throne" which would allow him to perform on stage with a broken leg. The throne was unveiled at a concert in Washington, D.
I promise [the Foo Fighters will] see you soon". On September 15,the Foo Fighters released their ninth studio album Concrete and Goldwhich became the band's second album to debut at number one on the Billboard After the Concrete and Gold TourGrohl announced that the band would be taking a break, although he already had ideas for the band's next album. The band's tenth studio album, Medicine at Midnightwas originally planned for a release, but the album and its accompanying tour were delayed indefinitely due to the COVID pandemic.
Apart from his main bands, Grohl has been involved in other music projects. He also released the music cassette Pocketwatch under the pseudonym Late!
InGrohl was recruited to help recreate the music of The Beatles ' early years for the movie Backbeat ;  he played drums in an "all-star" lineup that included Greg Dulli of the Afghan Whigsindie producer Don FlemingMike Mills of R. A music video was filmed for the song " Money " while Grohl was with Nirvana on their European tour, footage of Grohl was filmed later and included. InGrohl played a few songs with David Bowie for Bowie's 50th birthday concertwhich was recorded and shown on pay-per-view later that year.
During the early s, Grohl spent time in his basement studio writing and recording a number of songs for a metal project.
The project was released in under the nickname Probot. Also inGrohl stepped behind the kit to perform on Killing Joke 's second self-titled album. Foo Fighters covered Killing Joke's "Requiem" during the late s, and were even joined by Killing Joke singer Jaz Coleman for a performance of the song at a show in New Zealand in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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