Dave Grohl Falls Off Stage At Foo Fighters Gig… Again

Dave Grohl Falls Off Stage At Foo Fighters Gig… Again

Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl has fallen off stage yet again at his first gig of 2019, and there's fan-captured video for your viewing pleasure.

Upon returning to the venue last summer, Grohl had a bit of fun when he sent out a stuntman to repeat the fall - but at a Foo Fighters show earlier this week at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas, Grohl suffered another mishap.

Grohl then cleverly, or not so cleverly, positions the beer can on top of a nearby speaker so that he can sip from it while he continues to play guitar, but only manages to knock the beer over, inundating the piece of audio equipment.

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After spilling the beer, Grohl picks up the can and downs it in one shot but when he tries to climb back on stage, he stumbles and falls backwards onto the ground.

He said: "I didn't just snap the bone, I dislocated it and tore all the ligaments". Now there's a bunch of people around, so I'm throwing shots at everybody and I'm taking shots with everyone in the room. He gets the attention of someone standing off camera who hands him a Bud Light. Now it's about maybe 20 minutes before going on.

"I imagined there would be a solid year of no music but I didn't realise how bad I'd damaged my leg until I was with a physiotherapist three months after I had surgery". Then they sort of clear the room and we get 15 minutes to ourselves...

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