Dave Grohl and Greg Kurstin are bringing their The Hanukkah Sessions project to the live stage.
The Foo Fighters frontman and the producer are set to perform on Monday, December 5, at the intimate Largo club in Los Angeles. The night will be hosted by filmmaker Judd Apatow.
Unsuspectingly, given the big names involved and the sub-300 capacity of the venue, the show, which will benefit the ADL, has already sold out.
Grohl and Kurstin first launched The Hanukkah Sessions in 2020 and covered eight different Jewish artists for each night of the holiday. The series also returned in 2021. Among the artists the pair covered included KISS, Beastie Boys, Bob Dylan, Drake, Lisa Loeb, Ramones, Amy Winehouse and Billy Joel.
The Largo concert will mark one of Grohl’s few live performances since the death of Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins earlier this year; he previously made appearances at Paul McCartney‘s Glastonbury set over the summer and Joe Walsh‘s VetsAid concert last month. Grohl and Foo Fighters also held two giant tribute concerts to Hawkins in London and Los Angeles back in September.
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