July 18, 2011 13:04
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
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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