Dave Koz Joins Foo Fighters At Madison Square Garden

By Andy Kahn Jul 17, 2018 10:01 am PDT

On Monday, Foo Fighters opened a two-night stand at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The concert saw saxophonist Dave Koz sit-in for a song, as well as opening act The Struts frontman Luke Spiller also collaborating with the headliners.

Foo Fighters are touring in support of their album Concrete And Gold, which came out last year. A little more than midway through their main set, the band welcomed Kaz to the MSG stage to perform his part on the Concrete And Gold track “La Dee Da.”

Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins and frontman Dave Grohl did their typical swapping of places on stage as Spiller once again returned to join Hawkins in singing Queen’s “Under Pressure.”

Here’s footage of “La Dee Da” and more captured by Jim Powers:

[La Dee Da]

[Under Pressure]

[Best Of You]


Foo Fighters at Madison Square Garden

  • All My Life  
  • Learn to Fly
  • The Pretender
  • The Sky Is a Neighborhood
  • Rope
  • Drum Solo
  • Sunday Rain
  • My Hero
  • These Days
  • Walk  
  • Another One Bites the Dust  
  • La Dee Da  
  • Stairway to Heaven / Imagine / Jump / Blitzkrieg Bop
  • Under Pressure  
  • Monkey Wrench
  • Run
  • Breakout
  • Dirty Water
  • Best of You
  • Big Me
  • Times Like These
  • This Is a Call
  • Everlong
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