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Foo Fighters Play An Epic Chicago Show


As we previously reported, Foo Fighters weren't on this weekend's Lollapalooza lineup, but they were heading to Chicago for a show anyway. It turns out their club gig was one for the ages. Foo Fighters powered through 32 songs, entertaining fans for three-and-a-half hours. 

The performance included songs off the band's upcoming album "Concrete and Gold," due out September 15th, along with the biggest hits of their career, like "Learn To Fly," "My Hero," and the closer, "Everlong."

The band also covered songs from Queen, Rolling Stones, the Faces, and AC/DC. Foo Fighters even welcomed Lolla founder Perry Farrell on stage for a rendition of the Jane's Addiction tune "Mountain Song."

Source: Consequence of Sound