BBC - Foo Fighters - BBC - T in the Park - 2011

Greg James

16:00 – 17:45 // In the studio next is Newsbeat

Fri 8th July - Sun 10th July 2011

Balado, Kinross-Shire

Foo Fighters

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Grohl's Fighters Take Balado

“At this point in our career we have so many songs it’s hard to pick which ones not to play.” So said Dave Grohl in 2011. Witness the fearless power of the legendary Foo Fighters - a five-piece band fronted by the multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter who also happens to be the former drummer of a certain Nirvana. They have just produced yet another highly acclaimed album, Wasting Lights, their seventh.

Having already set the T arena on fire way back in 1996 at the old venue of Strathclyde Country Park (remember that??), and again on the Balado Main Stage in 2005, the perennial Billboard chart toppers are beyond qualified to deliver a stonking third performance and rock your Scottish wellies off.

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  • 1.

    Bridge Burning

  • 2.

    Rope

  • 3.

    The Pretender

  • 4.

    My Hero

  • 5.

    Learn To Fly

  • 6.

    White Limo

  • 7.

    Arlandria

  • 8.

    Breakout

  • 9.

    Lond Road To Ruin

  • 10.

    Cold Day In The Sun

  • 11.

    Stacked Actors

  • 12.

    Walk

  • 13.

    Monkey Wrench

  • 14.

    Let It Die

  • 15.

    These Days

  • 16.

    Best of You

  • 17.

    All My Life

  • 18.

    Wheels

  • 19.

    Times Like These

  • 20.

    Young Man Blues

  • 21.

    This Is A Call

  • 22.

    Skin and Bones

  • 23.

    Everlong

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Reviews

Foo Fighters battle the elements to end T In The Park on a high

NME 11 July 2011

Dave Grohl brings the festival to an epic rock conclusion

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