THE FOO FIGHTERS AND ZAC BROWN PERFORM BLACK SABBATH’S “WAR PIGS” ON THE LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN
On October 14th, Dave Grohl and the Foo Fighters began a weeklong residency at the Late Show With David Letterman. Last night, they were joined by Zac Brown for a cover of Black Sabbath’s War Pigs. Watch the performance below.
The band residency with Letterman is to promote their upcoming “love letter to the history of American music,” Sonic Highways, which will be released on November 10th.
In Black Sabbath news, singer Ozzy Osbourne announced back in September that the band will began working on its final album in early 2015.
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I’m not a country music fan. But I like the overall performance. Great to see a little bit of a cross over.
I enjoyed the performance as well. Sabbath’s version is still #1, but this was fun to watch. If you missed it, you need to watch the Foo’s performance with Heart from last night. It rocked!!
I will put on Faith No More’s version of War Pigs if I want to hear a solid cover. Zac Brown blows.
have you tried the Sacred Reich version of War Pigs? Its pretty amazing also
How sad… 4 guitar players, yes count them F-O-U-R guitar players and combined they still can’t create the sonic power of Tony, or carry his jock. Pathetic in every way possible. Tony, Geezer, Bill, Vinny, Dio RIP, and Ozzy when he had a voice rule!!
If there is one thing I can’t stand, it is a bunch of guitars on stage and not one is really doing anything. It is a bunch of posturing.
Dave Grohl is a talented guy but it is so indicative of how desolate rock and roll has become when this guy is heralded as…I mean good grief I would maybe pay 8 bucks to see his band perform in a club….maybe.