Dave Grohl took the mickey out of his most painful Foo Fighters moment in great fashion
The Foo Fighters man can do no wrong.
It's impossible to deny that Dave Grohl is an incredibly dedicated musician that takes his craft and fans very seriously.
Hell, he wrote, performed and mixed the entire Foo Fighters debut on his own and as we've previously seen, he's more than happy to get Foo Fighters fans involved with the live shows.
With a back catalogue of wickedly funny videos like Big Me, Everlong, Learn to Fly and Breakout, it's clear that the band aren't afraid to take the mickey out of themselves and Grohl gleefully reminded everyone of his most painful moment as a member of Foo Fighters.
Three years ago while performing in Gothenburg, Grohl fell off the stage and broke his leg.
Rather than cancel the tour and disappoint those with tickets, Grohl opted to play on with the help of a badass throne.
Well, the band recently returned to Gothenburg as part of their Concrete and Gold world tour and they didn't let the opportunity pass.
In a nod to the incident, the concert began when a Dave Grohl lookalike walked down the ramp and pretended to fall off the stage.
Moments later, the man himself emerges from the side of the stage before launching into a thundering version of All My Life.
Clip via - Sound & Vision