Dave Grohl wants daughters to form band
Dave Grohl wants his daughters to form a band like three-piece girl group Haim but reckons they will be reluctant to "jam" with their famous father.
Dave Grohl wants his daughters to form a band.
The Foo Fighters rocker can't wait until his kids Violet, nine, Harper, six, and one-year-old Ophelia - who he has with wife Jordyn Blum - are old enough to "jam" with him, though he doesn't expect they will be as keen.
He said: "You know who I look forward to jamming with the most? My kids. I can only hope I have my own little Haim to jam with someday.
"Though I'm probably the last person they'd want to be their drummer."
Foo Fighters were recently forced to pull out of headlining Glastonbury after Dave broke his leg, but he dismissed reports they have already signed up to perform at next year's event as "bulls**t".
He told Q magazine: "I sent one email to Emily [Eavis] and her husband, apologising for missing the event and she invited me to come back some day, even just to camp out and watch the show for the weekend.
"I read all of those articles saying we confirmed for next year and just laughed.
"Total f***ing bulls**t. Of course, I'd love to come back and play Glastonbury but don't believe everything you read."