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Foo Fighters Play Classic Rock Set With Classic Rock Stars At The Forum LA

by Paul Cashmere on January 11, 2015

in Live,News

The Foo Fighters have performed their very first show of 2015 with an all-star cast including Alice Cooper, Paul Stanley of Kiss, David Lee Roth, Lemmy from Motorhead Tenacious D and Zakk Wylde at The Forum in Los Angeles.

Foo Fighters announced the special show just two days ago as a charity event for Rock School Fund, MusiCares and Sweet Relief Musicians Fund.

The special guests were only revealed at the show on Saturday night.

Foo Fighters at The Forum LA, January 10, 2015 SETLIST

Detroit Rock City (Kiss cover) (with Paul Stanley)
Do You Love Me (Kiss cover) (with Paul Stanley)
All My Life (from One By One, 2002)
Rope (from Wasting Light, 2011)
The Pretender (from Echoes, Silence, Patience and Grace, 2007)
My Hero (from The Colour and the Shape, 1997)
School’s Out (Alice Cooper cover) (Alice Cooper)
I’m Eighteen (Alice Cooper cover) (with Alice Cooper)
Congregation (from Sonic Highways, 2014)
Walk (from Wasting Light, 2011)
Tie Your Mother Down (Queen cover) (with Slash and Tenacious D)
Immigrant Song (Led Zeppelin cover) (with Slash and Tenacious D)
Cold Day In The Sun (from In Your Honor, 2005)
Monkey Wrench (from The Colour and the Shape, 1997)
Two Headed Dog (with Nick Oliveri) (Roky Erickson cover)
Learn To Fly (from There Is Nothing Left To Lose, 1999)
White Limbo (from Wasting Light, 2011)
Arlandria (from Wasting Light, 2011)
Faeries Wear Boots (Black Sabbath cover) (with Zakk Wylde)
The Wizard, (Black Sabbath cover) (with Zakk Wylde)
Outside (Blood Stain Child cover)
Miss You (The Rolling Stones cover) (with Perry Farrell)
Mountain Song (Janes Addiction cover) (with Perry Farrell)
Something From Nothing (from Sonic Highways, 2014)
This Is A Call (from Foo Fighters, 1995) (with Trombone Shorty)
Panama (with David Lee Roth) (Van Halen cover)
Ain’t Talking About Love (with David Lee Roth) (Van Halen cover)
Everlong (from The Colour and the Shape, 1997)
Let It Rock (Chuck Berry cover) (With Lemmy Kilmister of Motorhead, Slash and Zakk Wylde )

Foo Fighters will commence touring for 2015 next month in New Zealand.

The band will tour Australia and New Zealand in February for Frontier Touring.

Foo Fighters Australian and New Zealand dates

February 18, Christchurch, AMI Stadium
February 21, Auckland, Mt Smart Stadium

February 24, Brisbane, Suncorp Stadium
February 26, Sydney, ANZ Stadium
February 28, Etihad Stadium
March 2, Hobart, Derwent Entertainment Centre
March 4, Adelaide, Coopers Stadium
March 8, Perth, NIB Stadium

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