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Dave Grohl, el líder de Foo Fighters y su carrera en fotografías

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David Eric Grohl (nacido el 14 de enero de 1969 en Warren, Ohio)1 2 es un músico de rock. Fue baterista de Nirvana desde 1990 hasta la disolución de la banda en 1994, como consecuencia de la muerte del cantante y guitarrista Kurt Cobain. Luego formaría a los Foo Fighters en 1995. Grohl empezó su carrera musical en los años 80 como baterista para varias bandas deWashington, DC, la más destacada fue Scream. También ha colaborado activamente en discos de bandas como Queens of the Stone AgeGarbageTenacious D y Killing Joke. En 2004 editó un disco bajo el nombre de Probot, en el cual colaboraban sus cantantes de heavy metal favoritos. En el 2006 colaboró ampliamente en el disco Four on the floor, con la banda Juliette and the Licks.3

La revista NME ha reunido las fotografías más simbólicas de este talentoso músico.

Foo Fighters man, ex-Nirvana drummer, all round nicest guy in rock music ever, and Godlike Genius, Mr David Grohl, turns 43 this week (Jan 14th) so to mark the occasion here’s some of our favourite pics of the legend. Enjoy…

Photo: Retna

Dave pictured with Nirvana in their ’90s heyday. Photo: Retna

Photo: Getty

Doing what he does best, way back in 1991. Photo: Getty

 

Photo: Retna

Nirvana in 1992. Photo: Retna

 

Photo: PA

Onstage with Nirvana in Paris, 1994, shortly before Kurt’s death. Photo: PA

 

Photo: Press

Another band shot in the ’90s. Photo: Press

 

Photo: Getty

An early picture with his new band Foo Fighters. Do you think he looks better with short or long hair? Photo: Getty

 

Photo: Retna

Rocking Planet Of The Apes sideburns in 1999. Photo: Retna

 

Photo: PA

Onstage with Foo Fighters at the Isle Of Wight festival in 2001. Photo: PA

Photo: Hamish Brown/NME

Shot for the cover of NME magazine, 2005. Photo: Hamish Brown/NME

Photo: Andy Willsher/NME

Sparking up in 2005. Photo: Andy Willsher/NME

Photo: Hamish Brown/NME

Goofing about that same year. Photo: Hamish Brown/NME

Photo: Danny North/NME

Onstage in Glasgow. Photo: Danny North/NME

Photo: Sebastian Artz/NME

The legendary NME cover shoot for Halloween, 2007. Photo: Sebastian Artz/NME

Photo: Guy Eppel/NME

Onstage at V Festival in 2007. Photo: Guy Eppel/NME

Photo: Press

With Foo Fighters in the mid-noughties. Photo: Press

Photo: Guy Eppel/NME

Backstage at V Festival in 2007. He was nice that day, too. Photo: Guy Eppel/NME

Photo: Retna

Onstage with rock supergroup Them Crooked Vultures, featuring Led Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones and Josh Homme. Photo: Retna

Photo: PA

Tub-thumping with Them Crooked Vultures at the Royal Albert Hall. Photo: PA

Photo: Dean Chalkley/NME

Backstage at the Royal Albert Hall. Photo: Dean Chalkley/NME

Photo: Danny North/NME

Onstage with Foo Fighters at the Milton Keynes Bowl. Photo: Danny North/NME

Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

Hanging out behind the scenes at T In The Park. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

Photo: Press

Laying down some vocals. Photo: Press

Photo: Danny North/NME

Making the most of the strut at Milton Keynes. Photo: Danny North/NME

Photo: Dean Chalkley/NME

Having a comedy minor freak out during another NME cover shoot. Photo: Dean Chalkley/NME

Photo: Danny North/NME

Pointing skyward, possible learning to fly, in 2011. Photo: Danny North/NME

Photo: Dean Chalkley/NME

Clutching yet another NME Award. Photo: Dean Chalkley/NME

Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

Eschewing the stage for a spot ON OUR LAPS during a mental NME Awards set. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

The Foo Fighters closed the 2011 NME Awards. Expect more carnage next month. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

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