FOO FIGHTERS FRONT MAN TO JAM
WITH THE ROLLING STONES TONIGHT
The Rolling Stones' 50 and Counting Tour continues tonight at the
Honda Center in Anaheim, CA; where the band will be joined by Dave Grohl at some point
during the show. The Stones announced that the Foo Fighters' front man will be one of this
evening's guests via
Twitter. Grohl's appearance follows John Mayer's sit-in at The Stones' first show in
Anaheim on Wednesday night. Mayer came out seven songs into Wednesday night's set for a
cover of Muddy Waters' "Champagne & Reefer."
Former Stones guitarist Mick Taylor will also appear as he has each show this tour. We're
hoping Taylor's turn in the spotlight will go beyond his typical "Midnight Rambler" sit in
and the few versions of "(I Can't Go No) Satisfaction" he's played on. We'll see if the
University Of Southern California Thornton Chamber Choir will reprise their role from
Wednesday night in helping out on "You Can't Always Get What You Want."
Foo Fighters have opened for The Rolling Stones in the past and even performed with Mick
Jagger during last year's Saturday Night Live season finale as well as the wrap party
later that evening.
Watch Foo Fighters back Mick Jagger on "Miss You" nearly one year ago tonight: