Foo Fighters Cover Queen at First Medicine at Midnight Show
Club show took place in Los Angeles suburbs
Even in the face of anti-vax protesters who were upset that they couldn’t get into the show, Foo Fighters performed a rollicking 23-song set — including the proper live debut of Medicine at Midnight songs — at the Canyon Club in the Los Angeles suburbs on Tuesday night. The show took place on the first day that California was officially reopened for vaccinated people.
The 600-person capacity show was announced over the weekend.
Along with playing new songs, the Foos also covered Queen’s “Somebody to Live,” which saw drummer Taylor Hawkins hop out from behind the kit for vocal duties. Check out that performance below.
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Foo Fighters are slated to play at Madison Square Garden in New York City on Sunday night, marking the city’s first arena show since the COVID-19 shutdown last year. This is the kickoff of the band’s 26th anniversary tour, which will include festival slots and a handful of headlining dates.
Check out the full setlist below:
Times Like These
No Son of Mine
Learn to Fly
The Sky Is a Neighborhood
Medicine at Midnight (Live debut)
Somebody to Love (Queen cover)
All My Life
Skin and Bones
This Is a Call
Best of You
Making a Fire