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Dave Grohl and his entourage troll the infamous Christian group by driving past them on the street and playing Rick Astley's song.
The frontman brings out the crying man named Anthony to the stage and serenades him with an acoustic rendition of 'My Hero' before they team up for the song's chorus.
The band's frontman Dave Grohl promises they'll visit the Italian town 'soon' in a video he shares as a response to the cover performed by 350 guitarists, 250 singers, 250 drummers and 150 bassists.
A man named Fabio Zaffagnini spent a year organizing the campaign, called 'Rockin' 1000', to convince Dave Grohl and his band to play a concert in Cesena, Italy.
Dr. Lew C. Schon, the orthopedic surgeon who's been caring for Grohl since he broke his leg last month, makes an appearance during Foo Fighters' concert at Boston's Fenway Park.
The band has played four songs for about 20 minutes during their headlining set at the Festival d'ete de Quebec before leaving the stage when things get worse.
Due to his injured leg, the Foo Fighters lead singer now has to perform from a giant throne during the band's concerts.
Sitting on the custom-made throne decorated with lights and guitars, the frontman performs a bunch of Foo Fighters hits and brings out her mother during 'For All the Cows'.
Florence Welch dedicates her and her band's performance of 'Times Like These' to Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl who can't perform at the festival after breaking his leg in an incident earlier this month.
The band has canceled the rest of their European tour dates, which include a headlining set at Glastonbury Festival, as the frontman is recovering.
Dave Grohl needs a break to nurse his broken leg after he took a nasty fall during a concert at Ullevi Stadium in Sweden.
Despite the injury, the vocalist returned to the stage at the Ullevi stadium in Gothenberg, Sweden and continued the show while sitting in a chair.
The rock band was also joined by Slash, Alice Cooper, Paul Stanley of Kiss and others to perform at the special concert in Inglewood, California to commemorate Grohl's 46th birthday.
The British quintet became the first band to have all four of their releases debuting on the top of the chart.
The tour, which includes a two-night concert at Boston's Fenway Park, is launched to support the band's 'Sonic Highways' album that came out last week.