In times like these, we pay tribute to one of rock music’s heroes.
The late Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins will be honored during the broadcast of the 2022 Grammy Awards on Sunday April 3rd. He and the rest of the band were before scheduled for performance at the event before his unexpected death last Friday.
“We’re going to honor his memory in a way,” confirmed Jack Sussman, CBS executive vice president of specials, music, and live events, in a statement on diversity. “We want to figure out what’s the right thing to do that’s respectful of everyone involved. we are patient We plan to the end.”
On Tuesday the band announced the cancellation of all permanent concert dates worldwide – including presumably their previously scheduled Grammys performance.
However, there was no official word on whether Hawkins’ bandmates themselves would be attending the tribute over the weekend.
“We regret and share our disappointment that we won’t be seeing each other as planned,” the band said in a statement.
“Instead, let’s take this time to grieve, heal, draw loved ones closer, and cherish all the music and memories we’ve made together.”
news of Slot by Foo Fighters while “Music’s Biggest Night” took place just days before This was reported by Colombian newspapers the premature offense by Hawkins, 50, who was scheduled to play ahead of him at a festival in Bogota with the band on March 27 found dead in his hotel room.
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