24 years, 9 studio albums and 11 Grammy’s later, the Foo Fighters aren’t resting on any laurels.
Camden’s waterfront venue, the BB&T Pavilion was the host for over 3 hours of an aggressively, spirited show with all the bells and whistles that a first class rock show can provide. Lasers, smoke machines and a drummer who’s kit rose to the rafters are all in a night’s work for these hardcore rockers.
Lead by frontman, Dave Grohl, the Foos bring it. Every night. High energy, intensity and passion would be understatements.
Standing for the entire show, fans erupted with pleasure as the band play their hits like Learn To Fly, My Hero, Best of You, Wheels and Big Me, along with cuts from their latest Concrete & Gold, notably their hit Sky Is A Neighborhood.
Covers included a fun and very mellow version of Van Halen’s Jump and a rousing version of The Ramone’s classic Blitzkrieg Bop. The band also covered Queen’s Under Pressure with Luke Spiller, the Struts lead singer (their supporting act) joining drummer Taylor Hawkins on vocals, while Grohl took over on the skins.
The band finished after a 40 minute encore, proving they can and do rock harder than anyone on the circuit.