In an exciting announcement during their ‘Preparing Music For Concerts’ Live Stream, the Foo Fighters have revealed their highly anticipated touring drummer.
Joining the band for their upcoming shows is none other than the incredibly talented musician, Josh Freese. With an impressive drumming history and collaborations with renowned acts, Freese is set to bring his unique skills to the Foo Fighters’ electrifying performances.
What Did You Miss From The Live Stream?
During the captivating live event, fans were treated to exclusive footage from the iconic 606 studios. The video created anticipation, featuring drumming icons such as Chad Smith, Tommy Lee, and Danny Carey. However, it was the humorous unveiling of Josh Freese that truly stole the show, setting the stage for an unforgettable event.
The ‘Preparing Music For Concerts’ setlist featured: All My Life, Rescued, No Son of mine, Under You, The Sky Is a Neighborhood, Nothing at All, Monkey Wrench, and Aurora.
Foo Fighters: Preparing Music For Concerts is available for playback until March 24.
Josh Freese’s Journey To Becoming A Foo Fighter
Josh Freese’s musical journey is a testament to his exceptional talent and versatility. Having made significant contributions to bands like The Vandals, Nine Inch Nails, A Perfect Circle, Guns N’ Roses, Sting, Paramore, and The Offspring, Freese has earned his place among the elite drummers of our time. His extensive experience across various genres ensures a dynamic and captivating performance alongside the Foo Fighters.
The Foo Fighters’ decision to bring Josh Freese onboard underscores their commitment to delivering an exceptional live experience for their fans. Known for their high-energy performances and powerful rock anthems, the band has consistently pushed boundaries and raised the bar in the music industry. With Freese’s expertise and innate ability to elevate a song’s rhythm and groove, audiences can expect an even more electrifying atmosphere during upcoming shows.