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Foo Fighters Bio

Foo Fighters are one of rock music’s most successful and enduring acts. Since the mid-90s, they’ve been putting out spirited rock music for their legions of fans. Foo Fighters albums are driven by strong songwriting and driving guitar riffs, and Foo Fighters tickets are passports to one of the most energetic and enjoyable shows in music.



But for a group that’s known for their catchy riffs and irrepressible energy, Foo Fighters’ origins are surprisingly depressing. The group was founded as the solo project by frontman Dave Grohl, who rose to fame as the drummer of Nirvana. He made the first Foo Fighters album in the days following the passing of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, who tragically killed himself in his Seattle home in 1994.

Foo Fighters may have risen from the ashes of Grohl’s first band, but the group has roots that go back further than that – roots that better explain Foo Fighters’ style and energy. Grohl was a dedicated musician long before joining Nirvana as the drummer in 1990, and he continued to play the guitar during breaks on Nirvana’s tours. He was always writing songs – many of which would one day find their way onto Foo Fighters records.

But at the time, performing those songs seemed impossible to Grohl. Cobain’s presence in Nirvana was dominating, and Grohl has since confessed that he felt intimidated. So the songs languished until 1994.

In 1994, when Cobain committed suicide, Grohl was left not knowing what to do. Rumors connected him to Nirvana’s fellow grunge act Pearl Jam and to the rock group Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. Grohl, already feeling the pull towards a more straightforward style of rock, almost accepted the latter offer. Instead, he decided to head to the studio and record some of the songs that he’d kept hidden for so long.

The recording sessions were, in some ways, a therapy for Grohl. He plunged headlong into recording, playing almost every part on every instrument. In just five days, Grohl managed to record a full album’s worth of materials. He made a limited run of cassettes, which he released under the name “Foo Fighters” – a term used in World War II for unidentified flying objects.

That was supposed to be all there was to Foo Fighters, but record labels got ahold of the demos and were soon asking about signing the new group. Grohl’s solo side project was about to get much bigger. There would be Foo Fighters albums and Foo Fighters concerts in the years to come.

But before Grohl could sell any Foo Fighters tickets, he needed a band to help him play the shows. He’d played everything on the original demos himself, so he was free to choose anyone he liked. He settled on bassist Nate Mendel and drummer William Goldsmith, both of the recently disbanded emo group Sunny Day Real Estate, and Pat Smear, who had performed with Nirvana as a touring guitarist. That lineup played the Foo Fighters’ first show in 1995. “This is a Call,” the group’s first single, was released that same year. So was the group’s self-titled debut album. Soon, the group was out on tour, giving fans across the country their first chance to buy Foo Fighters tickets.

The recording of Foo Fighters’ second album, The Colour and the Shape, led to changes in the band’s personnel. Unhappy with the mixes of the album’s tracks, Grohl re-recorded the drum parts himself, which led to the angry departure of Goldsmith. Taylor Hawkins came in to replace Goldsmith. After the release of the album, Smear became the second member to leave the band, claiming exhaustion (he would reign years later). Franz Stahl replaced Smear.

Foo Fighters underwent still more changes while recording their third album, There is Nothing Left to Lose (1999). Stahl, despite being a longtime friend of Grohl’s, didn’t fit into the band’s vision and was soon fired. Mendel quit the band, only to return the following day. And the band left their label, Capitol Records, after an executive they’d worked closely with was forced out of the company. Ultimately, though, things came together: the band recorded a strong album in Grohl’s basement studio in his Virginia home, they found a new home with RCA, and they recorded “Learn to Fly,” which would would become their first hit to crack the Billboard Hot 100. Following the recording of the album, they added guitarist Chris Shiflett.

The success of “Learn to Fly” brought Foo Fighters a larger audience – fans from far and wide wanted to get their hands on Foo Fighters albums and tickets. But it didn’t make recording their fourth album, One by One, any easier. After much infighting and a break from the work, the band eventually scrapped everything they’d done and re-recorded the album from scratch.

One by One was fairly well received, but the group’s struggles hadn’t quite produced the album that they’d hoped for. They waited a couple of years before going back to the studio. When they did, they recorded a double album that included one disc of rock songs and one disc of acoustic tracks. That record was In Your Honor (2005). Though it was the first Foo Fighters album to fail to win a Grammy for Best Rock Album since the group’s sophomore release, it was better received than One by One, and marked a return to form for the band.

The band’s next album continued their success. Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace (2007) brought back the Grammy for Best Rock Album, and its singles received heavy airplay. The band was on top of the world: they even got to perform with Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin during a concert in London.

The group’s greatest hits record came out in 2009, but they were far from done. They recorded two more albums in the years that followed: Wasting Light (2011) and Sonic Highways (2014). Though Foo Fighters were already rock legends, they continued to tour extensively, giving longtime fans and newcomers alike the chance to get their hands on Foo Fighters tickets. The band’s lineup, which had changed often in the first half of its existence, became more stable. Foo Fighters has found its stride, balancing the vision of Dave Grohl with the talents of its core members and touring musicians. Their longevity as a group speaks to their enduring appeal and their classic, no-nonsense approach to rock and roll. Just as they have been doing since the mid-90s, the Foo Fighters are making great albums and playing sold-out shows – and just as they’ve been doing all along, their fans are rushing to get their hands on Foo Fighters records and Foo Fighters tickets.

Top 3 Foo Fighters Tracks:

The Pretender
These Days
Arlandria

Foo Fighters Albums

Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace
  • The Pretender
  • Let It Die
  • Erase/Replace
  • Long Road to Ruin
  • Come Alive
  • Stranger Things Have Happened (Grohl)
  • Cheer Up, Boys (Your Make Up Is Running)
  • Summer's End
  • Ballad of the Beaconsfield Miners (Grohl)
  • Statues
  • But, Honestly
  • Home
  • 51:12
Wasting Light
  • Bridge Burning
  • Rope
  • Dear Rosemary
  • White Limo
  • Arlandria
  • These Days
  • Back & Forth
  • A Matter of Time
  • Miss the Misery
  • I Should Have Known
  • Walk
  • 47:53
Sonic Highways
  • Something from Nothing
  • The Feast and the Famine
  • Congregation
  • What Did I Do? / God As My Witness
  • Outside
  • In the Clear
  • Subterranean
  • I Am a River
  • 42:03
Foo Fighters
  • This Is a Call
  • I'll Stick Around
  • Big Me
  • Alone + Easy Target
  • Good Grief
  • Floaty
  • Weenie Beenie
  • Oh, George
  • For All the Cows
  • X-Static
  • Wattershed
  • Exhausted
  • 44:06
The Colour and the Shape
  • Doll
  • Monkey Wrench
  • Hey, Johnny Park!
  • My Poor Brain
  • Wind Up
  • Up in Arms
  • My Hero
  • See You
  • Enough Space (Grohl)
  • February Stars
  • Everlong (Grohl)
  • Walking After You (Grohl)
  • New Way Home
  • 46:47
There Is Nothing Left to Lose
  • Stacked Actors
  • Breakout
  • Learn to Fly
  • Gimme Stitches
  • Generator
  • Aurora
  • Live-In Skin
  • Next Year
  • Headwires
  • Ain't It the Life
  • M.I.A.
  • 46:20
One by One
  • All My Life
  • Low
  • Have It All
  • Times Like These
  • Disenchanted Lullaby
  • Tired of You
  • Halo
  • Lonely as You
  • Overdrive
  • Burn Away
  • Come Back
  • 55:11
In Your Honor
  • In Your Honor
  • No Way Back
  • Best of You
  • DOA
  • Hell
  • The Last Song
  • Free Me
  • Resolve
  • The Deepest Blues Are Black
  • End Over End
  • 40:02

Foo Fighters Members

  • Dave Grohl
  • Chris Shiflett
  • Pat Smear
  • Nate Mendel
  • Taylor Hawkins

Todays Foo Fighters Tickets

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Foo Fighters Ticket Prices

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Low: $24.00

High: $1,908.00

Cheap Foo Fighters Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$4.00 Foo Fighters — 10/04/2015
Centennial Olympic Park; Atlanta, GA
$14.00 Foo Fighters — 09/14/2015
Moda Center; Portland, OR
$17.00 Foo Fighters — 09/12/2015
Gorge Amphitheatre; George, WA
$21.00 Foo Fighters — 09/21/2015
The Forum; Inglewood, CA
$21.00 Foo Fighters — 09/29/2015
Chesapeake Energy Arena; Oklahoma City, OK
$23.00 Foo Fighters — 10/07/2015
FedExForum; Memphis, TN
$24.00 Foo Fighters — 05/03/2018
FedExForum; Memphis, TN
$27.00 Foo Fighters — 10/26/2017
BJCC Arena; Birmingham, AL
$27.00 Foo Fighters — 08/12/2015
Rexall Place; Edmonton, AB
$28.00 Foo Fighters — 07/04/2015
RFK Stadium; Washington, DC

Best and Most Expensive Foo Fighters Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$1,908.00Foo Fighters — 08/04/2017
Metro Smart Bar; Chicago, IL
$361.00Foo Fighters — 02/03/2015
Derwent Entertainment Centre; Glenorchy, Australia
$353.00Foo Fighters — 11/21/2014
House of Blues New Orleans; New Orleans, LA
$350.00Foo Fighters — 10/12/2017
Anthem; Nashville, TN
$323.00Foo Fighters — 09/08/2015
Murray Field Stadium; Edinburgh UK, UK
$252.00Foo Fighters - CANCELED — 06/19/2015
Wembley Stadium; London, UK
$227.00Foo Fighters — 05/25/2015
Stadium of Light; Sunderland, UK
$222.00Foo Fighters — 02/26/2015
Anz Stadium; Sydney Olympic Park, NSW
$220.00Foo Fighters — 02/24/2015
Suncorp Stadium; Milton, QLD
$208.00Foo Fighters — 02/28/2015
Etihad Stadium; Melbourne, AU
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