Foo Fighters Live

King's College Students Union

3rd June 1995 • London, England

Setlist

  1. This Is A Call
  2. I'll Stick Around
  3. Winnebago
  4. Wattershed
  5. For All The Cows
  6. Weenie Beenie
  7. Butterflies
  8. Big Me
  9. Podunk
  10. Good Grief
  11. X-Static
  12. Alone + Easy Target
  13. Exhausted

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Band Members

  1. Profile photo of Dave Grohl
    Dave Grohl

    Guitar, Vocals

  2. Profile photo of Nate Mendel
    Nate Mendel

    Bass Guitar

  3. Profile photo of Pat Smear
    Pat Smear

    Guitar

  4. Profile photo of William Goldsmith
    William Goldsmith

    Drums

Show Notes

This was the bands first performance outside of North America.• Before playing Winnebago Dave discounted the media rumours at the time, telling the crowd that none of his songs were about his late former bandmate, Kurt Cobain. • It is commonly misreported that Foo Fighters played this show as an opening act for Teenage Fanclub. Infact Teenage Fanclub played at the same venue the night previous and although Foo Fighters were rumoured to open for them, they did not, instead headlining the night after with Bivouac opening for them.

Other Performers

Bivouac

Photos & Memorabilia

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Known Recordings

Recordings known to exist for this performance. Listed for reference only, no recordings are currently available on this website.

Screenshot or image representing recording Audience Audio #1

Audience Audio #1

DAT > ANA(x)
unknown 54m

Also available in lower quality on 'Enter The Dragon' Unofficial CD.

Screenshot or image representing recording Audience Audio #2

Audience Audio #2

DAT
unknown 54m

Screenshot or image representing recording Professional Video #1

Professional Video #1

TV > VHS(1)
1m

Includes only part of 'This Is A Call'.
Broadcast on the UK Television program 'Noisy Mothers' in 1995.
A clip of 'For All The Cows' is also reported to have been broadcast but this does not circulate.