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Watch Foo Fighters Cover Andy Gibb’s “Shadow Dancing”


This weekend saw numerous artists take part in a remotely recorded streaming festival, ‘Rock-n-Relief‘. The virtual fest was curated by Linda Perry to raise funds for non-profit CORE (Community Organized Relief Effort), which over the past year have been focusing on organizing and ensuring access to mass COVID-19 testing.

The Foo Fighters headlined last night’s second date of the festival. Their two-song set consisted of “Making A Fire” and a cover of Andy Gibb‘s “Shadow Dancing” (with drummer Taylor Hawkins on vocals) below. If you’re unaware, last month the Foo Fighters also celebrated some of the Gibb‘s family legacy with a cover of “You Should Be Dancing” by the Bee Gees, you can stream that here.

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The Foo Fighters released their tenth studio album “Medicine At Midnight” last month.