Taylor Hawkins' son plays drums with the Foo Fighters at the show in tribute to his father.  Look!

Exciting moments marked the show in tribute to Taylor Hawkins, drummer of the Foo Fighters, which took place this Saturday (3), in Wembley, London, England.

In addition to several important guests, the event also had the participation of the musician’s son, Shane Hawkins, 16, who took over his father’s old position to play the track “My Hero”, certainly one of the most emotional lyrics for the band. occasion.

See below:

Another remarkable moment happened during the performance of the hit “Times Like These”, with Josh Freese on drums. Dave Grohl was quite emotional and was moved to tears, needing to pause the performance. See the video below:

With more than 5 hours of event, the tribute to the drummer had more than 30 attractions, including names like Paul McCartney, Travis Barker, Brian Johnson (Ac/Dc), Brian May (Queen), Geddy Lee (Rush), Mark Ronson, between others.

The tribute to the drummer, broadcast live on MTV, will also be available on the digital platforms Paramount+, Pluto TV and MTV On Demand.

Taylor Hawkins died on March 25, aged 50, shortly before the band performed at a festival in Colombia. A second event in honor of the musician takes place in Los Angeles on September 27.

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