Dave Grohl Channels Bon Scott’s Iconic Vocals In The Foo Fighters’ Kickass ‘Let There Be Rock’ Cover

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Dave Grohl Channels Bon Scott’s Iconic Vocals In The Foo Fighters’ Kickass ‘Let There Be Rock’ Cover | Society Of Rock Videos

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Old school meets new school!

If you look at today’s rock n’ roll landscape, there’s one figure that stands out as the man leading the charge for the other cavaliers. That man’s name, is Dave Grohl and he fronts one of the best rock bands of the modern era, the Foo Fighters.

The Foo Fighters have become the patriarch for modern rock music, and hve kept that good old rock n’ roll tradition alive with their amazing riffs and songs! Recently, the band announced the release of their new studio album Concrete and Gold, and in anticipation of the record, the band dropped into Britain’s BBC Radio 1 for an in studio performance! During their visit, the band played an amazing cover of “Let There Be Rock,” AC/DC’s 1977 classic. Dave channels Bon Scott’s vocals. Now, in no way does he surpass the great Scott, but the Foo’s tribute is very honorable and we’re glad they played it!

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Check out the cover down below, and let us know what you think of it! “Let There Be Rock” is the final song in this 3 song set!

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