Faith No More & Florence + The Machine Cover Foo Fighters In Honor Of Dave Grohl

Faith No More briefly covered Foo Fighters’ “All My Life” at Rock Werchter last week in Belgium in honor of Dave Grohl, who recently broke his leg. Florence + The Machine covered Foo Fighters’ “Times Like These” to help ‘heal’ Grohl at Glastonbury, where Foo Fighters were set to headline.

Faith No More Rock Werchter Setlist:
Motherfucker
From Out of Nowhere
Caffeine
Evidence
Epic
Black Friday
Everything’s Ruined
Midlife Crisis (with Foo Fighters’ “All My Life” )
The Gentle Art of Making Enemies
Easy (Commodores cover)
Separation Anxiety
Last Cup of Sorrow
Matador
Ashes to Ashes
Superhero

Encore:
We Care a Lot
Cone of Shame

Florence + The Machine Glastonbury Setlist:
What the Water Gave Me
Ship to Wreck
Shake It Out
Bird Song Intro
Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up)
Cosmic Love
Delilah
Sweet Nothing (Calvin Harris cover)
Times Like These (Foo Fighters cover) (Florence Welch dedicated this to Dave Grohl)
How Big How Blue How Beautiful
Queen of Peace
What Kind of Man
Drumming Song
Spectrum
You’ve Got the Love (The Source cover)
Dog Days Are Over

Nuffield Health Plymouth Hospital Consultant Orthopaedic Trauma surgeon (and Foo Fighters cover band member) Andy Murphy recently reported that Dave Grohl’s injury will result in him not being able to walk normally for over a month, with a couple of months until he is back to full strength.

“Dave sustained a nasty fracture of the distal fibula, the small bone on the outside of the ankle,” he told Rock Sound.

“X-rays show the fracture was displaced and needed surgical fixation. He has a low profile locking titanium plate and screws holding the fractured bone together. His treatment looks excellent.”

Murphy added: “The band haven’t cancelled further tour dates yet, but he’s not going to be able to walk normally, without a brace for at least six weeks.”

“And for a man who spends most of his time running around a stage at full speed, it will probably be a couple of months before he’s back to that level of action on the road.”