No matter what music style you play, one of the best things about performing is jamming. Although, one thing is jamming within one musical style; the other thing is mixing totally different types of music. That’s what Foo Fighters proved to be pros in.
After five-day David Letterman residence and releasing two songs from their highly anticipated LP Sonic Highways – ‘The Feast And The Famine’ and ‘Congregation,’ tireless rockers reveal their new-born performance secrets.
Visiting New Orleans, Louisiana, during recording of their upcoming record Sonic Highways, Dave Grohl and mates have made a new friend – Troy ‘Trombone Shorty’ Andrews, one of the most famous jazz musicians in town.
Now, back at New Orleans to headline Voodoo Music Experience, Foo Fighters enlisted Andrews to perform one of their most early songs, ‘This Is A Call’ together, as reported by Consequence of Sound.
After narrating the story about their acquaintance to the public at Voodoo, Dave invited Troy on stage to perform a trombone solo at the end of the song. And Shorty was brilliant, with his playing technique and connection with the crowd. It even seems Grohl got amazed.
Watch the fan-shot footage for yourself below.