Foo Fighters Return From Hiatus With Live Show

After a year off the stage to take a break from the limelight, it seems that alternative rockers Foo Fighters are back in action!

The band held a private fundraiser open to very limited individuals (presumably some very generous donors) at an unknown venue in Los Angeles, California on October 15, with several special guests and a plethora of covers (including The PoliceDavid Bowie, and Sex Pistols).

The band has been on indefinite hiatus since the end of 2015's Sonic Highways tour. Producer Butch Vig said in an interview that Dave Grohl had told him "I am toast - I need to go home and stop and just recuperate, I need to go dark for a while." Speaking to KROQ, guitarist Chris Shiflett added: "We were on the road for at least a year or so for [Wasting Light], but then we were also traveling when we made [Sonic Highways], so that kind of felt like we were on the road [for another] year and a half or so." It seems the band are ready to get back at it, or are at least getting the juices flowing.

The band's setlist was as follows:

  1. Learn To Fly
  2. My Hero
  3. Stay (I Missed You) (Lisa Loeb cover) (w/ Lisa Loeb)
  4. Moonage Daydream (David Bowie cover) (w/ Lisa Loeb)
  5. Times Like These
  6. Bodies (Sex Pistols cover) (w/ Steve Jones)
  7. Silly Thing (Sex Pistols cover) (w/ Steve Jones)
  8. Stay With Me (Faces cover) (w/ Steve Jones)
  9. All My Life
  10. Excesses (Klark Kent cover) (w/ Stewart Copeland)
  11. Message In A Bottle (The Police cover) (w/ Stewart Copeland)
  12. Everlong
  13. Monkey Wrench
  14. I Can't Drive 55 (Sammy Hagar cover) (w/ Sammy Hagar)
  15. Finish What Ya Started (Van Halen cover) (w/ Sammy Hagar)
  16. Rock and Roll (Led Zeppelin cover) (w/ Sammy Hagar)
  17. Miss You (The Rolling Stones cover) (w/ Jeff Probst)
  18. Been Caught Stealing (Jane's Addiction cover) (w/ Perry Farrell)
  19. Time Is On My Side (Kai Winding & His Orchestra cover) (w/ Perry Farrell)
  20. Had A Dad (Jane's Addiction cover) (w/ Perry Farrell)
  21. Best Of You
  22. Detroit Rock City (KISS cover) (w/ Paul Stanley)
  23. Do You Love Me (KISS cover) (w/ Paul Stanley)
  24. I Was Made For Lovin' You (KISS cover) (w/ Paul Stanley)
  25. Whole Lotta Love / Rock and Roll (Led Zeppelin cover) (w/ Paul Stanley

Are the Foos back? What do you think? It's been a long while since Sonic Highways - hopefully this is a sign of things to come!

Lady Gaga's New Single Coming Next Week?

Over the past few years, Lady Gaga has taken some time away from the limelight. Ever since her collaborative jazz album in 2014 - Cheek To Cheek with the legendary Tony Bennett - and an isolated single release last year, Gaga has kept relatively quiet since the hype of the album simmered down. People began asking "What happened to Gaga?" before earlier this year, at the 2016 GRAMMYs where she performed a breathtaking and awe-inspiring tribute to the late David Bowie.

Now, thanks to the detective work of her fans, a brand new Lady Gaga single may be near! A user at the fansite GagaDaily recently uncovered two pages, with the category /perfectillusion tacked at the end. One page revealed inconclusive results, while the other may have given away a release date!

If you type in /perfectillusion2 as an extension to Gaga's website, you'll find the words "NEW SINGLE / PERFECT / ILLUSION / SEPTEMBER 9" written across the screen. It seems Lady Gaga is planning to release her latest single, 'Perfect Illusion' on September 9 - next Friday! 

The pop star's fans are already eating up the news - a GoFundMe campaign has started and asks for $10,000 in order to get Gaga's single to the number one spot on the iTunes chart by manipulating iTunes and buying thousands of copies of the song. 

Are you ready for Gaga to make a musical comeback? It's been a long while since a major release from the pop queen has blessed the radio. 'Perfect Illusion' is rumored to be out on September 9 - don't miss our review on it!