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Foo Fighters play John Lennon + Van Halen mashup in brazilian concert

Foo Fighters play John Lennon + Van Halen mashup in brazilian concert

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Foo Fighters play John Lennon + Van Halen mashup in brazilian concert

Last Friday (2) Foo Fighters made one of the last shows of their Brazilian tour with Queens Of The Stone Age that happened in Curitiba, PR.

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The band promoted the live premiere of an interesting mashup with John Lennon’s “Imagine” and Van Halen’s “Jump”.

You can watch the video of that moment and also listen to the version of Mighty Mike, which inspired the group of Dave Grohl to perform.

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Under Pressure
On February 28, Foo Fighters performed for the second consecutive night in São Paulo, Brazil alongside their Queens Of The Stone Age colleagues and the Brazilians from Ego Kill Talent.

Dave Grohl pointing

After playing a few hits like “My Hero,” “These Days,” and “Walk,” Grohl found a fan holding a sign claiming to be his birthday. As he stepped onto the stage, the fan, called Lucas revealed that he was turning 17 by saying that his dream is to play Queen’s “Under Pressure” with the group. Being considered one of the coolest guys in Rock was not a surprise when Dave accepted the fan request.

Lucas then went to the drums and started a solo at the request of the vocalist and the audience remained animated while shouting its name. With Dave and Taylor on vocals, Lucas was responsible for the beat and rhythm of the cover and delivered a great performance.

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