Paul McCartney and his Wings reread by Dave Grohl

Paul McCartney and his Wings reread by Dave Grohl

Dave Grohl, Tom Morello, Black Keys, Nile Rodgers and Hozier were among the artists who participated in the eighth edition of Love Rocks NYC Benefitwhich took place on March 7 at the Beacon Theater in New York.

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At the annual benefit, aimed at raising money for God's Love We Deliver, a non-profit organization that provides meals in the New York metropolitan area to the seriously ill, the Foo Fighters frontman performed one of the main sets during which he played a song by his band and a Wings cover. In addition to his group's classic “Everlong“, accompanied by the event band, Grohl played a cover of “Live & let die“, song written by Paul McCartney together with Linda and originally recorded with Wings for the soundtrack of the film “Agent 007 – Live and let die” of 1973.

Dave Grohl, recently guest on drums on St. Vincent's new single “Broken Man” and seen rocking out to the crowd at the final date of U2's residency in Los Angeles, will be back on tour with his Foo FIghters starting next month of May. The band released its eleventh studio album, “But here we are”, in June last year, its first work following the death of drummer Taylor Hawkins on March 25, 2022, and the band's return to tour.

Coinciding with the release of the album, the group also returned to play in Europe for two dates (here is our story from Rock am Ring in Germany), after the Taylor Hawkins tribute concert in September 2022 at Wembley (here the our story from London), followed by the tribute show in Los Angeles. Dave Grohl and company, back on tour with Josh Freese as the new drummer, have so far announced a series of concerts for the next few months in America, New Zealand, Australia, the United Kingdom and Europe. At the moment, however, no dates have been confirmed in Italy.