Foo Fighters Live

Dragonfly

4th February 2011 • Hollywood, CA, United States

Setlist

  1. Bridge Burning
  2. Rope
  3. Dear Rosemary
  4. White Limo
  5. Arlandria
  6. These Days
  7. Back & Forth
  8. A Matter of Time
  9. Miss the Misery
  10. I Should Have Known
  11. Walk
  12. All My Life
  13. Times Like These
  14. Generator
  15. I'll Stick Around
  16. Up In Arms
  17. Big Me
  18. Cold Day In The Sun
  19. Wattershed
  20. For All The Cows
  21. Enough Space
  22. Monkey Wrench
  23. Hey, Johnny Park!
  24. Everlong
  25. Aurora
  26. The Pretender
  27. This Is A Call

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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 Taylor Hawkins
    Taylor Hawkins

    Drums

  4. Profile photo of Chris Shiflett
    Chris Shiflett

    Guitar

  5. Profile photo of Pat Smear
    Pat Smear

    Guitar

Additional Musicians

  1. Profile photo of Bob Mould
    Bob Mould

    Guitar and backing vocals on 'Dear Rosemary'

Show Notes

Bob Mould joined them playing guitar and vocals on 'Dear Rosemary'.

Other Performers

Bob Mould

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 Soundboard Audio #1

Soundboard Audio #1

Official Webstream [256kbps AAC]
2h 9m

Broadcast by SiriusXM on the Foo Fighters Radio channel on February 24th, 2021.

Incomplete, missing 'Learn To Fly'.

Screenshot or image representing recording Amateur Video #1

Amateur Video #1

MP4(M)
built-in > Sony Bloggie Touch (Digital Camcorder) 54m

Incomplete, missing everything after 'Walk' except for 'Aurora'.
Some songs cut in, 'Rope' cuts out.