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A brand new video has surfaced of Taylor Hawkins’ remaining efficiency with the Foo Fighters.
The late drummer carried out his remaining tune, “Everlong,” at Lollapalooza Argentina on March 20, simply 5 days earlier than his dying, per Rolling Stone, citing fan footage.
The 19-song performance included Hawkins singing the lead on Queen’s basic tune “Someone to Love” and a canopy efficiency of Jane’s Habit’s “Been Caught Stealing.” He wrapped up his efficiency with “Everlong.”
“I don’t say goodbye,” Dave Grohl instructed the gang earlier than beginning the present. “I don’t prefer to say goodbye. I do know that we’ll all the time come again. In case you come again, we’ll come again. Will you come again? In case you come again, we’ll come again, so then I gained’t should say goodbye.”
On the finish of the present, Hawkins threw his drumsticks into the gang, put his arm round Grohl and bowed with the band.
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The band introduced Hawkins dying on social media Friday night time, saying they’re “devastated.”
“The Foo Fighters Household is devastated by the tr.c and premature lack of our beloved Taylor Hawkins. His musical spirit and infectious laughter will dwell on with all of us eternally,” the band wrote.
They added that their “hearts exit to his spouse, kids and household, and we ask that their privateness be handled with the utmost respect on this unim.nably tough time.”
Hawkins was 50 years previous.
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After Foo Fighters founder and frontman Dave Grohl, Hawkins was probably the most recognizable member of the group, showing alongside Grohl in interviews and enjoying distinguished roles within the band’s movies.
Hawkins starred in Foo Fighters’ just lately launched horror-comedy movie, “Studio 666,” by which a demonic pressure in a home the band is staying in seizes Grohl and makes him murderous.
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The band was touring South America and had been set to play a present in Bogota, Colombia, on Friday night time.
Fox Information’ Brie Stimson and The Related Press contributed to this report.