Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl dedicates song to little girl with broken leg and signs her cast – watch

Band played Los Angeles' Forum on Tuesday (September 22)

Dave Grohl dedicated a song to a little girl with a broken leg at Foo Fighters‘ concert in Los Angeles earlier this week.

Grohl himself broke his leg earlier this year, forcing Foo Fighters to cancel their European tour including their headline Glastonbury Festival appearance.

During the band’s show at The Forum on Tuesday (September 22), Grohl spotted an injured young fan in the audience.

Dedicating ‘Big Me’ to the fan, Grohl said, “This one, I usually dedicate to the road crew, and the people who built the throne, and all that bullshit… [but] I’m going to sing this one for the little lady who broke her leg too, how bout that?”

Asking the girl how she broke her leg, he added, “In the pool! What?! Man! Can I sign your cast? Will you sign mine too? This one goes out to you. I can’t [sign] it now, I’m on the clock. I’m going to get it later.”

“This is an old song I’m going to sing for the little lady with the broken leg, because nobody wants a fuckin’ broken leg man!,” he continued before launching into ‘Big Me’.

Grohl returned to the girl at the end of the set to sign her cast. Watch both the dedication and the cast-signing below.

Meanwhile, Foo Fighters also invited Stevie Nicks and Haim onstage during their concert in Los Angeles on Monday night (September 21). Watch footage here.