Foo Fighters end Bonaroo with new drummer, raw set

The Foo Fighters concluded the Bonnaroo festival with a set that was both emotional and intense. 

Following the unexpected hiatus caused by the loss of drummer Taylor Hawkins, the band decided to continue performing. 

At Bonnaroo, Dave Grohl led the band with tremendous energy, opening the set with "All My Life" and engaging the crowd throughout. 

The new drummer, Josh Freese, made a strong impression with his confident beats that reverberated across the field. 

Special guests, including Hayley Williams from Paramore and Dave Grohl's daughter, Violet Grohl, joined the band for memorable moments 

They dedicated the song "Aurora" to Hawkins, as it held significant meaning for him. 

The concert culminated with "Everlong," leaving a lasting impression and solidifying the Foo Fighters as a powerful and genuine rock band. 

Despite moments of unpredictability, it is Grohl's passionate and dynamic spirit that keeps the band exhilarating, distinguishing them from being merely a nostalgic act. 

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