Foo Fighters Perform 'Times Like These' During 'Celebrating America'

Brenda Watkins
January 22, 2021

The song was a flawless choice, and Grohl even introduced the 2002 single with a nod to his mother and the rest of the teaching community when he dedicated the track to "all of our unshakeable teachers that continue to enlighten our nation's kids every day".

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Before playing, Dave Grohl prefaced the song with a tribute to all educators across the United States, in particular his own mother - a teacher of 35 years - and even Dr Jill Biden, the new First Lady of the United States. The show aired on the "Celebrating America" special in prime time. "It's times like these when you learn to live again / It's times like these that you give and give back", he added poignantly.

"Dave Grohl singing Times Like These is by far the ideal song for the US and world right now". The performance started off quiet and somber before the Dave and the group rocked out, celebrating the historic day.

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Sushant, who would have turned 35 on Thursday, was found dead at his Bandra residence in Mumbai on June 14 past year . Priyanka captioned the video, addressing her late brother as "my pride, my alter ego".

According to Grohl in an interview with Classic Rock Magazine, the place was a magazine graveyard and Lemmy was only wearing black bikini underwear the whole time.

One Twitter user wrote: "This special performance to all teachers not only in America but also around the world was truly powerful, emotional & very appreciated Foo Fighters!".

Ahead of their new album - Medicine at Midnight, out February 5 - Foo Fighters have shared the official music video for the single "Waiting On A War". So far, three songs are available for streaming off of the anticipated project: "Shame, Shame" which debuted on Saturday Night Live in November, "No Son of Mine" and "Waiting on a War".

Watch the band's new music video for "Waiting On A War" below.

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