Foo Fighters to Welcome Gary Clark Jr., Jimmie Vaughan for ‘Austin City Limits’ Performance
Foo Fighters recently performed a memorable set for Austin City Limits and fans can watch the star-studded show this Saturday (Feb. 7) on PBS. The special show features the band playing a nearly one hour, nine-song set complete with special guests Gary Clark Jr. and Jimmie Vaughan.
The Foos took to Facebook to announce their Austin City Limits performance will air on Saturday. Frontamn Dave Grohl wrote, “Here's what I think we should do. We should play some old songs, we should play some new songs, we should have some guests.” The band did exactly that on the show commemorating ACL’s 40th Season.
Gary Clark Jr. joins the band for 'What Did I Do?/God As My Witness,' the song originally recorded in the Austin episode of their HBO 'Sonic Highways' documentary series. The Foos then invite Vaughan to the stage for a version of the Fabulous Thunderbirds' classic ‘Tuff Enuff.’ Grohl and company also deliver the goods with rousing renditions of ‘Times Like These,’ ‘Rope,’ ‘Walk’ and ‘Best of You.’
Fans can see The Foo Fighters ACL performance will air on Saturday (Feb. 7) on PBS. Click here to check your local listings.
The Foo Fighters will head out to New Zealand and Australia later this month. They will kick off their summer tour on July 4 at RFK Stadium in Washington. D.C. Check out all their tour dates here.
Foo Fighters 'Austin City Limits' Setlist:
‘Times Like These’
‘The Feast and the Famine’
‘What Did I Do?/God As My Witness’
‘I'll Stick Around’
‘Best of You’
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