Foo Fighters & Queens of the Stone Age
The two groups announced that they will do a joint tour including two presentations in the city of São Paulo.
The announcement was made on social networks by Foo Fighters through a poster with the names of both groups and the words "We are coming Brazil - Tour 2018".
The last trip to Brazil of the two bands occurred in 2015, each with different commitments. That year Foo Fighters was touring the country. Queens of the Stone Age has participated in the 2015 edition of Rock in Rio.
The North American band Foo Fighters, created by two former members of Nirvana, has its name derived from the term "foo fighter" that was used by pilots of World War II to describe mysterious aerial phenomena (UFOs).
In August 2017 the group released their newest studio album " Concrete and Gold ".
Led by vocalist Dave Grohl (who has already performed at shows with broken feet!) The band promises to cheer their fans with classics like "Learn to Fly" and "My Hero" as well as songs from the new album.
Josh Homme (lead singer, guitarist and songwriter) is the only original member of Queens of the Stone Age.
One of the factors that make the band very well known is precisely the fact of constantly changing members.
However, the North American group is famous for popularizing the genre known as stoner rock.
"Villains" is the name of QotSA's seventh and most recent studio album.The release also occurred in August 2017 with "The Way You Used To Do" as the first single from the album.
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Date: February 27, 2018
Extra show: February 28, 2018
Location: Allianz Parque
Address: Av. Francisco Matarazzo, 1705 - Água Branca, São Paulo - SP, 05001-200
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In the humorous video below, James Corden who directs "The Late Late Show" and Foo Fighters drive through Los Angeles singing the band's classics before entering a music store for a quick drum session with Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins.