Dave Grohl announces intimate London ‘Storyteller’ show next week

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“Special Surprise” Promised for Ultra-Intimate Appearance in Support of Grohl’s Upcoming Book

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Dave Grohl has announced several intimate live appearances in support of his upcoming autobiography NS sTorteller – Tales of Life and Music, which also includes a date for London next week.

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The Foo Fighters frontman will appear on stage next Monday (September 27) at the Savoy Theater, which has just over 1,000 people. The exact nature of the show is not yet clear, but it is promised that they will “see (and hear) her eagerly anticipated first book to come to life.”

Tickets go on sale tonight (September 20) at 5PM BST, and will definitely sell out fast. you can get your Here.


It is the only non-US show to feature five intimate live performances in support of the book. The full dates are as follows:

27 – London, Savoy Theater

5 – New York City, Town Hall
7 – Washington DC, Lincoln Theater
12, 13 – Los Angeles, The Ford

A press release said of the show: “From his formative years on the DC punk rock scene to his decades of music, Dave will share the experiences that have defined him – plus some special surprises – all 100% live and personal. exclusively in four selected cities.

the storyteller It is set for release in the UK on 5 October, and has been described as “a collection of out-of-life memories”. An excerpt, in which Grohl describes how he became a punk, appeared last month.


Last week, a new trailer for the book was released, in which Grohl explained how he came to write the book in the first place: “I’ve never really been one to collect stuff, but I collect moments. My life flashes before my eyes every day and in writing this book I have tried to capture those moments in the best possible way.”

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