Foo Fighters returning – Omaha World

Welcome back, Foo Fighters. We’ve missed you.

The stone rope final achieved in a area in 2008 and final expelled an manuscript in 2007. Now, they’re behind with a new recover and a new concert.

The Foos will perform during 7 p.m. May 23 during a Mid-America Center in Council Bluffs with mythological stone organisation Motrhead and Scottish indie stone rope Biffy Clyro.

Tickets, $49.50 for ubiquitous acknowledgment and indifferent seats, go on sale during 10 a.m. Saturday during www.ticketmaster.com, Ticketmaster sell outlets, a Mid-America Center box bureau during by phone during 800-745-3000.

Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl played drums for for Nirvana until that rope folded after Kurt Cobain’s. Grohl started creation new song about a year after Cobain’s self-murder and named his new rope a Foo Fighters.

Since, a rope has won 4 Grammy Awards and sole millions of albums.

Coming Apr 12, a rope will recover a code new album, “Wasting Light.”

The new record is highly-anticipated and has been building hum given it was announced. Grohl told song mag NME a new songs are meant to be listened live.

“The new record is sequenced like a setlist. It all creates ideal clarity to me. Even if they weren’t in that sequence on a record, we consider that’s a sequence we’d put them in to play them,” he said.

The Foo Fighters will also recover an manuscript of cover songs called “Medium Rare” for Record Store Day, that takes place Apr 16 during eccentric record stores.

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