Back in April, in Jacksonville, Florida, Foo Fighters were joined by Travolta during a cover of ‘You’re The One That I Want’ from the Grease soundtrack.
Travolta’s arrival prompted huge disbelief from fans, and he’s seen having a brief chat with Dave Grohl before he salutes the crowd and dances off stage. “It’s too much! Thank you and good night”, Grohl remarks of Travolta’s appearance – before making his mock exit from the stage.
However, Travolta has returned to the Foos’ stage to, again, cover ‘You’re The One That I Want’ but this time showing off those classic dance moves that he (more or less) still has.
Watch footage of the cameo below.
WE'VE GOT CHILLS NY!! ?#JohnTravolta
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— Foo Fighters (@foofighters) July 15, 2018
For a cover of Rod Stewart’s ‘Stay With Me’, Taylor Hawkins jumped off the drums and let Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith take care of percussion for a track.
Mr. Smith sharing the stage with the Foo Fighters covering, "Stay With Me" by Rod Stewart at Jones Beach Theater tonight. pic.twitter.com/mFe8Uiw0VQ
— Red Hot Chili Family (@RHCFamily) July 15, 2018
Dave Grohl recently opened up about his singing voice in an interview when asked if he was insecure about his singing voice when he first made the transition from drummer to frontman.
I wish I could sing like John Lennon, or Adele, or Josh Groban,” he replied. “I wish I could. But I was raised on some really dissonant, noisy, crazy punk rock so a lot of my favourite vocalists most people wouldn’t even consider singers.”
Meanwhile, the frontman recently explained why he didn’t sing or write songs in Nirvana, despite having been recording his own songs. He never let anyone hear those tracks because he “didn’t really think they were that good.” “I didn’t like my voice, I didn’t think I was a songwriter and I was in a band with one of the greatest songwriters of our generation,” he said.