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Dave Grohl Powered Through Foo Fighters’ Return to the Stage on a Throne

To accommodate his still very recently broken leg, Dave Grohl played last night’s Fourth of July Foo Fighters’ concert in Washington D.C. — photo contract disputes aside — perched comfortably atop a tricked-out throne.

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Watching videos of the show — all below via NME — it’s abundantly clear why the band had to back out of headlining last week’s Glastonbury, but the Foo frontman nevertheless powered through to celebrate America in the nation’s capital. Grohl also made the time to explain his injury to the crowd — that’s here.

Foo Fighters — July 4, 2015 — Washington D.C. set list:
“Monkey Wrench”
“Learn to Fly”
“Something From Nothing”
“The Pretender”
“Big Me”
“Cold Day in the Sun”
“My Hero”
“Times Like These”
“Under Pressure”
“All My Life”
“These Days”
“For All the Cows”
“Alone / Easy Target”
“This Is a Call”
“Best of You”