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Entertainment Dave Grohl to entertain fans with 'true short stories' during coronavirus lockdown

02:35  26 march  2020
02:35  26 march  2020 Source:   covermg.com

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Dave Grohl has launched a new Instagram page, titled Dave ’s True Stories , to share short stories from his life as we wait out the coronavirus pandemic. Sometimes I play guitar. Sometimes I tell stories . I’m currently looking for work, so I’d thought I’d pass the time by writing short stories that will

Dave Grohl Will Be Writing Short Stories To Pass The Time During Self-Isolation. Sometimes I play guitar. Sometimes I tell stories . I’m currently looking for work, so I’d Concluding his message, Grohl told fans that he looks forward to “sharing some of the more ridiculous moments of my life” and

Dave Grohl holding a baseball bat on a stage © Provided by Cover Media

Dave Grohl has launched a new Instagram page where he plans to share "short stories that will make people smile".

The rocker's new page is titled Dave's True Stories and, in his opening post on the account, he revealed that, during the coronavirus lockdown, he plans to share short stories from his life and career.

"Hi, my name is Dave," the Foo Fighters frontman wrote. "Sometimes I play drums. Sometimes I play guitar. Sometimes I tell stories. I'm currently looking for work, so I'd thought I'd pass the time by writing short stories that will make people smile."

He added: "My mother was a brilliant English teacher, my father, a wicked speechwriter. So I didn't (choose) to rebel by not paying attention to grammar and/or punctuation in school."

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Dave Grohl of Foo Fighters performs onstage during the Rock in Rio festival at the Olympic Park, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on Sept. Like so many Americans, Dave Grohl is super bored during the COVID-19 pandemic quarantine. With touring on hold and Californians on mandatory stay-at-home lockdown

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The former Nirvana star said that the stories will be based on reality, and he's looking forward to "sharing some of the more ridiculous moments of my life."

The new venture comes after the Foo Fighters announced the postponement of their upcoming 25th anniversary tour, due to the global Covid-19 pandemic. The tour was split into two legs that would have found the band hitting some of the same cities it visited during its first trek back in 1995.

"The album is done, and it's f**kin' killer. The lights and stage are in the trucks, ready to go. The second we are given the go ahead, we'll come tear s**t up like we always do. Promise," he said in a statement announcing the delay.

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