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The Foo Fighters have organized two Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concerts, one of which will be streamed on Paramount+,

to pay tribute to the late drummer Taylor Hawkins, who passed away six months ago. 


On Saturday night, the first 2-hour concert spectacular was webcast live from London's Wembley Stadium. 

With Grohl on the drums, the Foo Fighters and Liam Gallagher performed "Rock 'N' Roll Star" and "Live Forever" to open the event.


By telling a tale of when he first met his son, Shane, Dave Chappelle was able to reflect on his time spent with Hawkins. 


The young person declared, "I want to be a drummer like my dad. Even though I had already seen the Foo Fighters numerous times,

Hawkins felt unfamiliar to me in that setting at Madison Square Garden, the fan recalled.

The Coattail Riders and Chevy Metal, two of Taylor Hawkins' other side projects, also participated. 

"I had never before witnessed [Hawkins] as a father. And what an awesome dad.

here were appearances and performances from members of The Police, AC/DC, Pretenders, and Van Halen throughout the evening.

For the first time in 12 years, Grohl, Josh Homme, and John Paul Jones performed as Them Crooked Vultures. 

beginning later today on Paramount+, the complete Taylor Hawkins tribute concert will be accessible via video-on-demand.

A condensed version will be made available on Pluto TV and MTV the following week.

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