Foo fighters - the man who fell to earth

While the document claims it is "not as funny as the Iggy Pop rider," that is, in TSG's opinion, pure modesty. The 2008 document is every bit as amusing as the Iggy rider (which you'll find here ) and eclipses an earlier Foo Fighters rider, which can be found here . (9 pages)

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Portions of this biography appeared in The Rolling Stone Encyclopedia of Rock & Roll (Simon & Schuster, 2001). J. Edward Keyes contributed to this article.

The Foos also welcomed a handful of guests to join them throughout their set. Six songs in the band was joined by The Kills lead singer Alison Mosshart and smooth jazz saxophonist Dave Koz for a take on “La Dee Da,” a track from their most recent studio album Concrete and Gold that they both appear on. Later in the set the band brought out their second guest of the night, as Rick Astley emerged after Grohl’s introduced him as a “bad mother-f*cker.” Reprising their collaborations from this past summer in both London and Tokyo, Astley offered up a grunge-infused version of his 1987 number hit “Never Gonna Give You Up.” Two songs later the Foo Fighters welcomed Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry for a take on “Draw The Line,” the title track from the classic rock act’s 1977 release. The Foos had one more surprise up their sleeve as Liam Gallagher strolled to the stage next. The former Oasis front man, who had performed a solo set earlier in the day, led the band along with Perry on guitar, through a rendition of The Beatles’ classic “Come Together.”

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