Foo Fighters lately introduced they’d canceled all their tour dates within the wake of drummer Taylor Hawkins‘ demise. Now Rolling Stone is reporting that Foo Fighters has (predictably and understandably) additionally canceled their look on the GRAMMY award present taking place this Sunday, April 3.
Foo Fighters is nominated for “Making a Hearth” within the Greatest Rock Efficiency class, “Ready on a Warfare” within the Greatest Rock Music class, and Drugs At Midnight within the Greatest Rock Album class.
“It’s with nice disappointment that Foo Fighters affirm the cancellation of all upcoming tour dates in gentle of the staggering lack of our brother Taylor Hawkins,” mentioned the band upon canceling their tour dates. “We’re sorry for and share within the disappointment that we received’t be seeing each other as deliberate. As a substitute, let’s take this time to grieve, to heal, to drag our family members shut, and to understand all of the music and recollections we’ve made collectively.”
Hawkins spectacular résumé through the years included drumming for Foo Fighters from 1997 to current day, in addition to forming his personal bands like Taylor Hawkins And The Coattail Riders and NHC that includes Jane’s Dependancy members Dave Navarro and Chris Chaney. Hawkins additionally drummed on Coheed & Cambria‘s 2006 album Good Apollo, I am Burning Star IV, Quantity Two, and his personal solo EP Kota in 2016.
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