The British tween joined the neighborhood for “Everlong” in Los Angeles.
After a year of mutual admiration, Dave Grohl and the Foo Fighters finally jammed on stage with British tween drum phenom Nandi Bushell at some stage in Thursday evening’s (Aug. 26) Los Angeles clarify.
The pint-sized pounder won world-wide attention at some stage within the pandemic for her insanely proper drum talents on covers of songs by the Pink Sizzling Chili Peppers, Muse and My Chemical Romance, which won her thumbs-u.s.from Rage Towards the Machine‘s Tom Morello and Foos frontman Grohl, whom she’s also coated.
But things kicked up a notch at L.A. Forum final evening when Bushell, 11, was as soon as the band’s particular guest at some stage in their former clarify-ending jam on “Everlong.” After roadies rolled out an additional situation of drums in entrance of Taylor Hawkins’ equipment, Grohl explained the reason for the double-down. “There was as soon as this person … at some point I take up my phone and my company are all texting me take care of, ‘Enjoy you ever considered this s—?'” he told the team. “And I click on on the link and I peep at it and I look or no longer it is anyone is difficult me to a drum-off,” he continued as the viewers roared. “So I’m take care of, ‘Neatly, is no longer that nice?'”