There's a fine line between really loving music and over-saturation. If you're an artist and the creative juices are flowing, who's to tell you how much is too much? I love Dave Grohl. He's a great musician, seems to be a very cool dude and is probably at the forefront of musicians proudly carrying the rock n' roll torch in 2016. But Dave, seriously, enough is enough.

Over the past few years, Grohl has been everywhere. Award shows, festivals, collaborations, supergroups, tributes, making documentaries, film festivals, TV cameos, charity events, protests, late-night talk shows... the list goes on and on. The latest news out of Foo land came this week... because of course we're not going to have a week go by without hearing about Dave or the Foos? Grohl's solo performance at the Academy Awards led some to speculate that a Foo Fighters break-up could be imminent. The Foos teased an "Official Band Announcement" on March 1st. They made their fan base wait 24 hours for this 7-minute video that basically concludes with them saying that they aren't breaking up.

I think Grohl could learn something from rock bands from the past.  There were huge acts from yesteryear like Led Zeppelin or Pink Floyd that had a mystique about them.  Yes, it was a different time.  There wasn't Twitter or YouTube... or even a f#%king internet when these bands were in their prime.  But there isn't much mystique about Dave Grohl... we pretty much see his every move.


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