Foo Fighters Play Secret Show in Washington D.C.
Foo Fighters surprised the crowd at Washington D.C.'s 9:30 Club last night when they appeared to play an unannounced show at go-go legend Big Tony's birthday party. Hitting the stage around 11:30 PM, the band tore through hits such as "Times Like These," "My Hero," "Learn to Fly" and many more. All in all, the 17-song setlist touched on the band's greatest hits and newer cuts from 2011's Wasting Light produced by Butch Vig.
Grohl and the Foos are currently in the process of recording their follow up to Wasting Light and appear to be doing it in various cities throughout the country including Nashville, Chicago, Los Angeles and Joshua Tree.
Recently, Grohl performed with the surviving members of Nirvana for the first time in honor of their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, featuring frontwomen such as Joan Jett, Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth, Annie Clark of St. Vincent and Lorde. All parties (except for Lorde) retreated to a small Brooklyn club following the ceremony for a much longer performance full of Nirvana material.
Setlist (via Consequence of Sound):
Times Like These
Learn to Fly
Cold Day in the Sun
Best of You
This Is A Call
All My Life
Skin and Bones