Grohl Riding High With Foo Fighters
The frontman admits he once struggled with the legacy of the grunge band which collapsed after Kurt Cobain was found dead in 1994. But with new Foos album Wasting Light riding high, and a new head of steam built up following their year-long hiatus, he's happier than he's ever been.
"It's f***ing crazy. After making the album in my garage then going out and seeing the reception we're getting, and the size of the audiences, it's shocking," Grohl tells Jam. "We don't aspire to these lofty heights – we just want to play music. Don't get me wrong: I'll f***ing taking it. It's awesome; I don't have any complaints at all. But it's strange when you see things just getting better and better. It's not really supposed to happen that way." more on this story
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