Taylor Hawkins’ son Shane joins Foo Fighters for performance during tribute concert for late drummer
Taylor Hawkins’ son, Shane Hawkins, joined Foo Fighters onstage throughout a tribute live performance for the late drummer Saturday at London’s Wembley Stadium. The 16-year-old confirmed off his drum expertise for a rendition of the band’s 1997 hit “My Hero.”
During the electrifying efficiency, photographs of Shane and his father appeared on a display within the background.
The present was the primary of two scheduled live shows to honor Foo Fighters’ late drummer, who died in March at age 50. The star-studded lineup included Elton John, Paul McCartney and Liam Gallagher.
The band is about to carry one other tribute live performance in Los Angeles later this month.
The tribute comes a couple of months after Shane Hawkins performed drums for The Alive’s efficiency of the identical music in Laguna Beach, California, Entertainment Tonight reported.
Taylor Hawkins, who had performed with Foo Fighters for 25 years, was discovered useless in his lodge room on March 25 shortly earlier than the band was set to carry out in Bogotá, Colombia.
An actual explanation for dying has not been introduced, and the National Institute of Forensic Medicine continues to research, the lawyer basic mentioned. Officials mentioned that marijuana, opioids, tricyclic antidepressants and benzodiazepines had been detected throughout a urine toxicological check.