Watch Foo Fighters’ Epic Harmonica Jam With Blues Traveler Frontman

Blues Traveler frontman John Popper joined Foo Fighters for an epic jam session last night at the Klipsch Music Center in Noblesville, IN that was led by Popper going all out on his harmonica. The jam session combined southern rock, the blues, and folk, much like Blues Traveler, who have been known for their jamming and segues during their live performances over their 28 years as a band.


Setlist:
Everlong
Monkey Wrench
Learn to Fly
Something From Nothing
The Pretender
Big Me (Slow Version)
Congregation
Walk
Eruption (Van Halen cover) (Intro Snippet)
You Really Got Me (The Kinks cover) (Intro Snippet)
Roundabout (Yes cover) (Intro Snippet)
God Save the Queen (Sex Pistols cover) (Intro Snippet)
Cold Day in the Sun
My Hero
Outside
All My Life
Times Like These
These Days
Aurora
Breakout
This Is a Call
Jam (with John Popper)
Under Pressure (Queen & David Bowie cover)
Tom Sawyer (Rush cover)
Best of You

Dave Grohl mocked bands who play short concerts during a recent Foo Fighters concert in Calgary. Grohl said, “You don’t want one of those little hour and a half long shows do you? You don’t want that shit. All of those new bands that play those little two hour concerts, you don’t want that shit. 2 hours and 15 I don’t think is enough. 2 and a half hours, does that sound okay? That’s not enough is it? Here’s our fucking problem. We’ve been a band for 20 fucking years, we have a lot of fucking songs, and then add my big mouth on top of that, and we’re going to be here all night.”