Tuesday, April 26, 2005

Dave Grohl (ex Nirvana, now Foo Fighter) Honors John Kerry with New Album

Foo Fighters' Grohl Proves He Can Kerry a Torch

Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl pays tribute to defeated presidential candidate John Kerry with the title of the band's new two-disc album, "In Your Honor," due in June. The title was inspired by campaigning for Kerry, the singer-guitarist says in the new issue of Rolling Stone, but adds, "It's not a political record."

"We'd pull into small towns, and thousands of people would come to be rescued by this man," Grohl, 36, tells the magazine. The Kerry camp returned the compliment in a statement yesterday describing Grohl, the former District punk band drummer who was a member of Nirvana, as a "hero" on the campaign trail who "inspired a record number of young voters" to support the Democratic senator.


Furthermore, spokeswoman Katharine Lister tells us that Kerry, a one-time high school bass player, "is ready to return the favor and go on tour with Dave Grohl and open for the Foo Fighters anytime."

1 Comments:

Blogger Ambrose said...

Kerry tours with the Foo's?
I guess There Goes My Hero will no longer be ironic!

3:06 PM  

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