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5 Things That Really Piss Dave Grohl Off

By  June 20, 2017

Whenever something gets on his nerves, Dave Grohl is never one to hold back his opinion.

Over the years, the Foo Fighters frontman have voiced his distaste over many issues, on top of standing up for the principles that he believes in.

Here are a few examples:

 

1) Glee

Remember back in 2010 to 2013 when TV series Glee was at its peak and got us all excited with their covers? Many musicians lent the show their hit songs for MicKinley High School students such as Rachel Berry and Finn Hudson to sing along to them.

Along with Slash and Kings Of Leon, Foo Fighters were one of the handful who were not as excited to jump on the bandwagon.

In fact, Dave Grohl made known his dislike for the series' creator, Ryan Murphy, calling him a 'jerk' for slamming musicians who did not want to be on the show. As for the show itself, Dave admitted that he only watched about 10 minutes of it and that it wasn't his thing. 

 

2) TV Singing Competitions

While I'm personally not a fan of TV singing competitions such as X Factor, The Voice and American Idol, I have never felt that strongly against them before.

However, Dave, who blames these singing competitions for "destroying the next generation of musicians", once made an analogy about them that made so much sense: "Imagine Bob Dylan standing there singing 'Blowin' in the Wind' in front of those judges? 'Sorry, it's a little nasally and a little flat. Next.' "

The bitter truth is that as brilliant as Bob Dylan is, chances are is that he would not be able to make it through these singing competitions if he were to audition for any of them today. Chew on that. 

 

3) "Superficial" Pop Music

It's not fair to make a sweeping statement that Dave hates pop, as he has previously sung the praises of Lorde's Royals, Adele's 21 album and even Psy's Gangnam Style.

So to be exact, what really gets in Dave's luscious locks are sugar-sweet pop songs that hold no substance.

One artiste that he feels is guilty of churning out such 'superficial' tunes is none other than Katy Perry. He noted: "If the Number One song is about your butt, that's a problem." Ouch. 

 

4) Noise Restrictions

Last year, a teen metal band from England, Black Leaves Of Envy, were faced with noise restrictions from their town council following complaints that they were making too much noise in their garage during band rehearsals.

The band appealed to Dave for help and got more than what they hoped for when he responded with an open letter on Instagram, appealing for the council to "reconsider the restrictions put upon the volume of their private rehearsal space".

Read the full letter below:

When the band finally returns to Singapore, you can sure as hell bet that the band would not hold back and submit themselves to the country's tight noise restrictions at the National Stadium. Awesome! 

 

5) Concerts Shorter Than 2 Hours

There's nothing more frustrating than waiting in line for your favourite band for more than 5 hours, only to have them perform on stage for a little over an hour and a half. Back in 2015, Dave slammed new bands and their "little 2-hour concerts", as he continues to perform with his leg still in a cast from an injury earlier that year.

"Here’s our fucking problem. We’ve been a band for 20 fucking years, we have a lot of fucking songs, and then add my big mouth on top of that, and we’re going to be here all night."

So it's safe to say that you can expect a set longer than 2 hours with lots of fan interaction from Dave at the band's upcoming concert in Singapore. Get your tickets to see Foo Fighters on August 26 here!

 

Concert Details:

Date               : 26 August 2017, Saturday

Venue            : Singapore National Stadium

Ticket Prices : $238* (Standing), $168* (Standing), $238*, $198*, $168*, $128* (*excludes booking fee)

 

Tickets available now. Call 3158 7888 to book or log onto www.sportshubtix.sg.

Tickets also available at the Singapore Indoor Stadium Box Office and all SingPost outlets islandwide.

 

Spin or Bin Music is proud to be the official blog for Foo Fighters' tour in Singapore

 
 
(Photo credits: AP Photo, Giphy)

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