Dave Grohl Joins Boygenius on Drums for 'Satanist' at Their Hollywood Bowl Halloween Show

The indie-rock supergroup played one of their biggest shows to date in Los Angeles on Tuesday

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Dave Grohl and boygenius

boygenius added some tricks and treats into their Halloween show.

During Tuesday night’s concert at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, the indie supergroup featuring Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers and Lucy Dacus brought out Dave Grohl of Foo Fighters to play drums on a song. The rockstar, 54, who drummed in Nirvana, returned to the kit to play the trio’s song “Satanist.”

Fans captured footage of the surprise performance and shared the clips on social media. Dacus, 28, Baker, 28, and Bridgers, 29, got festive and performed in costume as the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, respectively, and the Foo Fighters frontman got in the Halloween spirit by sporting skeleton face paint.

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Dave Grohl

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Grohl rocked out on the drums, which were elevated on a platform behind the three singer-songwriters at the front of the stage. His performance of the indie-rock song off the group’s debut album the record was sharp and thrilling.

The "Aurora" musician's energy seemed to fuel the band, who was shredding on the guitars — so much so that Bridgers lost her halo and veil.

boygenius played the Hollywood Bowl as a part of their fall tour. The “Me & My Dog” band was joined by hyperpop phenoms 100 gecs and alt-pop artist Sloppy Jane.

The concert was a special occasion, as it marked one of the group’s biggest shows to date and saw Grohl return to the drum kit, as he did in Nirvana.

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Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus of boygenius

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The rocker also recorded the drums on But Here We Are, Foo Fighters’ 11th studio album that dropped in June and marked their first release since their drummer Taylor Hawkins died at age 50 in 2022.

The Tuesday night concert was the final date of the “Not Strong Enough” outfit’s run of shows titled The Tour, in support of the release of their debut the record, which dropped in the spring. They played a string of four dates from late September to early October, where they performed a massive show in which they were joined by indie-pop favorites MUNA at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Prior to their fall tour, the hitmakers embarked on a massive summer tour in which they were joined by a rotation of exciting guests including Carly Rae Jepsen, Clairo and other indie acts.

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Grohl isn’t the only star that boygenius has linked up with. The group, who has had an exponential rise in popularity since releasing their acclaimed album, joined Billie Eilish at an intimate, last-minute London club show in August.

When Bridgers was opening for a stint of Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour in the spring, she brought out her bandmates at the Nashville tour stop to perform their song “Cool About It,” as well as some of the Punisher artist’s solo track.

Just several months after the indie trio’s album release, they surprised fans with the four-track EP the rest on Oct. 13. 

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