Foo Fighters Full Two and Half Hour Nos Alive Performance Streaming

07-11-2017
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Foo Fighters

(Radio.com) The Foo Fighters delivered an epic two and a half hour set Friday night, July 7 at Lisbon's Nos Alive event in Passeio Maritimo de Algιs. The set started at midnight and fans can watch the entire performance online.

They opened the show with 'All My Life," 'Times Like These," and 'Learn to Fly." Dave Grohl and drummer Taylor Hawkins shared the love and the mic on 'Cold Day in the Sun," with the percussionist taking lead vocals.

The band covered Queen, The Ramones, and The Cult, who had played earlier in the evening. The Kills' Alison Mosshart, who had performed earlier, joined the band on their new 'La Dee Da." Watch the performance here.

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