“It’s as inspirational as any Beatles record, any Zeppelin record, any AC/DC record, any Stones record”
Dave Grohl has praised young musician Nandi Bushell, saying that watching him drumming is “the true meaning of rock’n’roll”.
Grohl and Bushell took part in a virtual drum fight in November 2020 after another musical challenges were set online during last year’s coronavirus lockdown.
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Grohl invited Bushel to join the Foo Fighters on stage in LA back in August, where he played drums with the band on their set-near ‘Everlong’.
talking to Rolling stone In a new interview, Grohl was asked how he felt about inspiring young women like Bushel.
“If you want to see the true meaning of rock’n’roll, watch Nandi drumming,” he replied. “It’s as inspirational as any Beatles record, any Zeppelin record, any AC/DC record, any Stones record.
“To see him drumming and to see his passion and belief in this music … If that doesn’t inspire you, I don’t know what will.”
Grohl added: “So, the fact that we got to share a moment with her makes it all worthwhile. And the funniest thing is that after jamming with Nandi, ‘Everlong’ went back on the charts.” .
The Foo Fighters will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame later this month, with Paul McCartney set to honor the band’s inductance.
Jay-Z, The Go-Go, Carole King, Todd Rundgren and Tina Turner are also set to attend the ceremony.