Dave Grohl Predicts Rock Resurgence

(Gibson) Foo Fighters Dave Grohl says that today's musical climate reminds him of 1991, the year grunge broke.

"The late '80s was full of over-produced pop that kids had nothing to grab hold of," Grohl said. "They had no way of connecting to a hair metal band singing about strippers in a limousine on Sunset Boulevard. Who can relate to that?

"Then you had a bunch of formulaic pop songstress [stuff], and music was boring. And then a bunch of bands with dirty kids got on MTV and rock and roll became huge again. And I feel like that's about to happen." more on this story

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