While he was drumming with Nirvana, Dave Grohl was recording original songs at home that never received public release. Those tapes would become the foundation of the Foo Fighters, the band he formed in 1995, after the death of Kurt Cobain. Like Nirvana, the Foo Fighters melded loud, heavy guitars with pretty melodies and mixed punk sensibilities with a sharp sense of pop songwriting. Grohl enlisted Nate Mendel (bassist), Taylor Hawkin (drummer), and, Chris Schiflett (guitar) to form the infamous, Foo Fighters. The band name stems from a secret force during World War II that allegedly researched UFOs. The Foo Fighters signed with Capital Records and first received a Grammy Award for their music video, Learn to Fly in 2000 and have won six in total. These include 3 for Best Rock Album for There Is Nothing Left To Lose, One By One, and Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace; and 2 for Best Hard Rock Performance for the songs All My Life, and The Pretender.
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