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Brad Wilk Joins Foo Fighters For Van Halen In Sydney

by Paul Cashmere on February 27, 2015

in Live,News

Brad Wilk of Rage Against The Machine was a special guest of Foo Fighters in Sydney on Thursday night. Wilk performed Van Halen’s ‘Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout’ Love’ with Foo Fighters at the Sydney show.

“One thing that we love more than anything else is having our friends come up and jam with us,” Dave Grohl said. “One of our favourite people in the world is here tonight and we want him to come up and play this song with us. Ladies and gentlemen, would you please welcome one of our favourite rock drummers in the world from Rage Against The Machine, Brad Wilk”.

Wilk is currently in Australia touring as drummer for Smashing Pumpkins.

Wilk’s Foo Fighters collaboration was placed in the band’s classic rock set where they also play Queen + David Bowie’s ‘Under Pressure’, Kiss ‘Detroit Rock City’ and AC/DC ‘Let There Be Rock’.

Foo Fighters have also been performing The Faces ‘Stay With Me’ and ‘Tom Sawyer’ by Rush on previous shows on this tour.

Foo Fighters, Sydney, 26 February 2015

Something From Nothing (from Sonic Highways, 2014)
The Pretender (from Echoes Silence Patience & Grace, 2007)
Learn To Fly (from There Is Nothing Left To Lose, 1999)
Breakout (from There Is Nothing Left To Lose, 1999)
My Hero (from The Colour and the Shape, 1997)
Big Me (from Foo Fighters, 1995)
Congregation (from Sonic Highways, 2014)
Walk (from Wasting Light, 2011)
Cold Day In The Sun (from In Your Honor, 2005)
This Is A Call (from Foo Fighters, 1995)
Arlandria (from Wasting Light, 2011)
Monkey Wrench (from The Colour and the Shape, 1997)
Skin and Bones (from Skin and Bones, 2006)
Wheels (from Greatest Hits, 2009)

Times Like These (from One By One, 2002)
Detroit Rock City (Kiss cover)
Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love (Van Halen cover) (with Brad Wilk)
Let The Be Rock (AC/DC cover)
Under Pressure (Queen + David Bowie cover)

All My Life (from One By One, 2002)
Outside (Blood Stain Child cover)
These Days (from Wasting Light, 2011)
Generator (from There Is Nothing Left To Lose, 1999)
Best of You (from In Your Honor, 2005)
Everlong (from The Colour and the Shape, 1997)

Foo Fighters are touring Australia and New Zealand for Frontier Touring.

Foo Fighters remaining dates

February 28, Melbourne, Etihad Stadium
March 2, Tasmania, Derwent Entertainment Centre
March 4, Adelaide, Coopers Stadium
March 8, Perth, nib Stadium


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