Dave Grohl

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Dave Grohl

David Eric Grohl (born January 14, 1969, in Warren, Ohio) is an American rock musician and songwriter. In 1990 he became the drummer for grunge group Nirvana; following the 1994 death of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, Grohl formed the Foo Fighters.

In 2004, Grohl drummed on all but six tracks for Nine Inch Nails' 2005 album With Teeth. NIN also opened for the Foo Fighters at a show in Dublin, Ireland in 2007. Grohl later collaborated with Trent Reznor and Josh Homme for "Mantra", a song from the soundtrack to his documentary about Sound City studios.

With Teeth drumming

Grohl has performance credits for live drums and/or percussion on "All The Love In The World", "You Know What You Are?", "The Collector", "Every Day Is Exactly The Same", "Getting Smaller", "Sunspots", "The Line Begins To Blur", and non-album track "Non-Entity".

Body of Work


  • No More Censorship
  • Fumble


  • Nevermind
  • In Utero

Foo Fighters

  • Foo Fighters
  • The Colour and the Shape
  • There is Nothing Left to Lose
  • One by One
  • In Your Honor
  • Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace
  • Wasting Light

Other Projects

  • King Buzzo - Buzz Osborne
  • Backbeat OST
  • Touch OST
  • Tenacious D - Tenacious D
  • Songs For The Deaf - Queens Of The Stone Age
  • Probot - Probot
  • Killing Joke - Killing Joke
  • With Teeth - Nine Inch Nails
  • The Pick of Destiny - Tenacious D
  • Them Crooked Vultures - Them Crooked Vultures
  • Sound City: Real To Reel soundtrack

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