Foo Fighters – [Photos]

Saturday, 22 October 2011

It's been an incredibly busy year for Dave Grohl. In addition to celebrating the twentieth anniversary of Nirvana's Nevermind album and granting a few interviews for the reissue (Jon Stewart's Q&A with Grohl and Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic was a phenomenal moment), the Foo Fighters singer has also found time to release Wasting Light [the Foos' seventh studio album, and their best in nine years -ed] and embark upon a massive world tour which has already covered the United Kingdom, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and made significant inroads into North American markets. It's been a remarkable run thus far and, even when the band stopped at the Oracle Arena in San Francisco on October 19, 2011, they showed no sign of fatigue.

After a solid opening set by Kentucky-bred Cage The Elephant, the Foo Fighters simply walked onstage and completely overtook any impression the opening band could have made by slamming hard into their set. The show was remarkable and Ground Control photographer Tracy Nunnery's camera was there to capture as much of the proceedings as it could; click here to see his camera lens' view.


Tracy Nunnery's photo essay of Foo Fighters' show at Oracle Arena.



Foo Fighters' world tour continues. Click here for a list of upcoming dates.

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