Foo Fighters Will not Play the Grammys After Taylor Hawkins’ Demise

The Foo Fighters withdrew from their deliberate effectiveness at the 64th annual Grammy Awards this Sunday (April 3) after the unexpected death of Foos drummer Taylor Hawkins at the age of 50 last week.

It was planned that the Dave Grohl-led rockers would take a rain test at the Grammys ceremony after canceling all their upcoming tour dates to mourn the late musician and fellow Dave Grohl. The cancellation was later confirmed by Rolling Stone on Thursday, March 31.

However, the Grammy telecast will nevertheless honor Hawkins. CBS Governor Jack Sussman informed him: “We are going to honor his memory not directly. We wish to determine what is the appropriate factor to try this is respectful of all concerned. We are an affected person. We will plan.”

The Foo Fighters are nominated for 3 Grammys this year-The Greatest Rock Song (for “Making a Fireplace”), the Greatest Rock Music (“Ready on a Warfare”) and the Greatest Rock album (Drugs at Midnight of the last year).

Over the past week, memorials across Canada have proven Hawkins’ importance to rock. Machine Gun Kelly, Paul McCartney and Perry Farrell praised him. Even the first American woman, Dr. Jill Biden, joined the award. Remembering Grohl’s previous phrases about Hawkins, the head of the babysitters immediately said that it was “love at first sight” when he met the drummer.

However, Hawkins was not just a Foo fighter. Before Foos, he supported Alanis Morissette and Sass Jordan, among others. Later he directed Taylor Hawkins & the Coattail Riders, Chevy Steel and The Devil’s Birds. He co-founded the supergroup NHC.

The reason for Hawkins’ disappearance continues to be decided after he was discovered lifeless in his lodge room in Bogota, Colombia, simply earlier than the babysitters to play at the Estereo picnic of the city contest. A preliminary toxicology report confirmed that Hawkins had 10 totally different substances in his system at the time of his death.

The Grammys air on CBS live from Las Vegas on Sunday at 20 a.m. ET/PT.

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