Taylor Hawkins’ Son Honors Late Dad by Performing Foo Fighters’ “My Hero” at Fourth of July Celebration
Shane has performed along with his dad and his bandmates—together with Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl—all through his life. In 2018, he joined Chevy Metallic onstage to carry out a canopy of The Rolling Stones‘ 1978 single “Miss You” at a profit live performance for the Los Angeles Meals Financial institution.
His newest efficiency comes one month after the Foo Fighters introduced two tribute concert events in honor of Taylor, which can be held in London on Sept. three and Los Angeles on Sept. 27.
A set of iconic rockers, together with Liam Gallagher, Brian Might, Krist Novoselic, Mark Ronson, Miley Cyrus, Joan Jett, Alanis Morissette, Pink, Nikki Sixx and Chad Smith and extra are slated to carry out. Dave Chappelle and Chris Rock may also make a particular look on the London present.
The band first introduced the live performance lineups on Instagram. “For our pricey good friend, our badass bandmate, our beloved brother,” they wrote. “Foo Fighters and The Hawkins household convey you the Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concert events.”
Taylor died on March 25 in the course of the Foo Fighters’ South American tour. A reason behind demise was not revealed, however medicine have been discovered within the musician’s system and his coronary heart weighed double the traditional weight. He’s survived by his spouse Alison in addition to their three youngsters: Shane, Annabelle, 13, and Everleigh, 8.
“Taylor’s endearing spirit and deep love of music will reside on endlessly by way of the collaborations he so loved having with different musicians and the catalog of songs he contributed to and created,” Alison wrote in a June Eight Instagram assertion. “In celebration of his life, it’s now as much as all of us who cherished him most to honor Taylor’s legacy and the music he gave us.”