In Pictures: Foo Fighters Headline Glasgow Summer Sessions Festival
It sure feels great having Foo Fighters back on UK shores, eh?
On Saturday night (August 17) the rock titans hit Glasgow for a sold-out show at the Summer Sessions Festival, joined on the day by the mighty Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes, Slaves, The Van T’s and Hot Milk. Oh, and some 70,000 fans. No big deal.
Dave Grohl and co. ran through a 23-song, career-spanning setlist – dropping in covers (AC/DC, Queen), drum solos and more throughout the the hit-packed performance. Check out what both Foos and Frank played below, as well as a load of brilliant snaps from the day courtesy of Ryan Johnston.
Here’s the setlist from Frank Carter and the gang:
1. Tyrant Lizard King
2. Kitty Sucker
3. Wild Flowers
4. Love Games
5. Why A Butterfly Can’t Love A Spider
8. Devil Inside Me
9. I Hate You
And their set looked a little something like this:
While Foo Fighters played the following:
1. Stacked Actors
2. The Pretender
3. Learn to Fly
5. The Sky Is a Neighborhood
6. Times Like These (Drum solo)
7. Sunday Rain
8. My Hero (Dave solo into full band)
9. These Days
10. La Dee Da
12. The Boys Are Back in Town / Good Times / Flower of Scotland / Ziggy Stardust / Scar Tissue
13. Under Pressure (Queen cover)
14. All My Life
15. I’ll Stick Around (First time in 2019)
16. Wheels (Slow Version)
17. Monkey Wrench
18. Hey, Johnny Park!
19. Dirty Water
20. This Is A Call
21. Best Of You
22. Let There Be Rock (AC/DC cover)
And their epic performance looked like this:
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