Dave Grohl, who is the lead singer of the Foo Fighters, recently made yet another friendly gesture during a concert in Sydney, Australia.
Grohl is famous for being a well-liked musician and often performs kind acts during concerts.
During a recent Foo Fighters concert, Grohl noticed a man in the front row holding a sign that read, “Drumstick for a blind guy please?”
Grohl, who was thanking the crowd members and telling them that he always loves playing there, decided to grant the fan's wish. He asked Taylor Hawkins, the drummer, for a drumstick and handed it to the fan.
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Grohl then went back to the microphone and explained the situation to the crowd.
This is not the first gesture that Grohl has made to incorporate fans into the Foo Fighters’ shows. He once famously topped off a fan’s beer during a show.