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Dave Chappelle Joins Foo Fighters Onstage

**Dave Chappelle Joins Foo Fighters Onstage**

On Sunday, the iconic rock group Foo Fighters made a grand return to the stage with their own show at Madison Square Garden after a hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The audience, consisting of fully vaccinated fans, witnessed an electrifying performance, although there were some anti-vaccination protestors outside the venue.

“We’ve been eagerly anticipating this day for over a year,” stated Grohl, the band’s frontman, ahead of the show. “And Madison Square Garden is in for an intense experience. New York, brace yourself for a night of belting out our hits together for 26 years of Foo Fighters.”

The concert featured a mix of classic hits and remarkable cover tracks, including a rendition of Radiohead’s “Creep” with a surprise appearance by comedian Dave Chappelle as the lead vocalist. Drummer Taylor Hawkins also took the mic for a cover of Queen’s “Somebody to Love,” and the band performed a song from their new Bee Gees tribute album, “Hail Satin.”

During a reflective moment later in the performance, Grohl turned to guitarist Pat Smear and the audience, asking, “Did you miss it?” with a grin. “Me too. I sincerely doubt we would be here tonight without the support of many people who have helped us along the way.”

The show was a commemoration of the band’s 26th anniversary, originally intended as a celebration for their 25th year but delayed due to the pandemic. The night was also dedicated to honoring the memory of the band’s late stage manager, Andy Pollard, who passed away on June 18.

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