Nirvana Fan Unearths Foo Fighters Video From 4th Show

How cool is this! Nirvana fan Travis Stanley recently dug up 25-year-old footage from a Foo Fighters show at Velvet Elvis Arts Lounge in Seattle, currently making it the earliest video of the band from their fourth performance.

“Following a quick soundcheck, the fearless Foo Fighters frontman, Dave Grohl, told the crowd that he didn’t have a voice and that he had to pee, in true post-grunge fashion, before launching into the unreleased “Butterflies”. Following “Winnebago”, they gave a heavy take on “Floaty”, a song that would appear on their eponymous debut album just a few months later. The popular “Big Me” came ahead of “For All the Cows”, “I’ll Stick Around”, “Alone + Easy Target”, and “Podunk”. Finally, the Foo Fighters closed their fourth show with “Exhausted”, their first studio effort’s lead single.” – Kel Kawas, LiveForLiveMusic.com

Read more about the show here!

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