Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl makes a cameo in the new video from the Zac Brown Band
Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl has been busy with the recording of the band’s upcoming album, which is slated for a fall release. Still, during the Foos’ downtime, Grohl spent time producing and laying down some drumming on the new EP by the Zac Brown Band, “The Grohl Sessions Vol. 1.”
Since Grohl had such a hand in the new EP, it’s not a surprise that the multi-instrumentalist makes an appearance in the new brand new music video for “All Alright,” which kicks off the EP.
You’ll have to look closely to see Grohl in the video. He pops into the frame just three times. Early on, he’s spotted next to Brown with his arms folded over. For the other two appearances, Grohl is pictured behind a recording console, nodding his head up and down with the music, giving his stamp of approval.
If the music video, which can be viewed below, looks familiar, that’s because the clips come from the EP’s behind-the-scene documentary that arrived in May. The clip is currently streaming via MTV.
In other Foo Fighters news, Foo Fighters have finished work on their new album. Producer Butch Vig tweeted the news this week, stating, “We are officially done with the new Foo Fighters album. 23 straight days mixing! IT’S EPIC!!!” The album is expected to arrive this fall.
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