Foo Fighters stream controversial iTunes Festival gig online

The show which saw Dave Grohl throw out a crowd member for fighting will be shown uncut

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Foo Fighters are now streaming last week’s show at London’s Roundhouse online.

The gig took place as part of the month long iTunes Festival and hit the headlines after frontman Dave Grohl threw a fan out of the venue for starting a fight in the crowd.

The show, which happened on July 12, also saw Grohl joined onstage by Lemmy of Motorhead for a rendition of ‘Shake Your Blood’ as well as by Brian May and Roger Taylor of Queen for a version of ‘Tie Your Mother Down’, which saw drummer Taylor Hawkins on vocals.

A full, uncensored film of the performance is available to view at iTunes.com/festival.

The iTunes Festival continues tonight (July 18) with a headline set from Rumer and support from Caitlin Rose. Katy B - pictured - and Jamie Woon play the London event tomorrow. Shows from Coldplay, Kasabian, Noah And The Whale and Magnetic Man are still to come.

The event finishes on July 31 with a performance from Moby.

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