Michael Buble performs at Key Arena in Seattle during his "To Be Loved Tour." Photo by John Lill

Michael Bublé Joins The Foo Fighters

On Saturday (8.12,) Michael Bublé performed ‘Haven’t Met You Yet’ with the Foo Fighters who were headlining the Outside Lands festival at San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park.

When the rock band’s frontman Grohl spotted a “superfan” in the crowd holding a sign that read “I [heart] Bublé”, Dave shouted “This mother****** better know the song,” referring to the Foos’ new drummer Josh Freese, who replaced the late Taylor Hawkins, and previously played for the Canadian crooner.

Dave later joked: “We’ve been doing that thing where people from the audience come up and say ‘I know that f****** song,’ and they walk up and they know the first verse, they don’t know it.” “So this badass mother****** — and I’m not even kidding — flew in today from Argentina to f****** sing that song to you guys. Because there’s no such thing as taking a joke too far.”

Bublé performing with the heavy rockers follows the Foos teaming up with Alanis Morissette to pay tribute to Sinead O’Connor at Japan’s Fuji Rock Festival with a special performance dedicated to the late Irish singer who passed away on July 26 at the age of 56.

During the tribute Grohl told the crowd: “For a very special reason, ladies and gentlemen, would you please welcome to sing a song with us, Alanis Morissette We’re singing this song for a reason tonight,” with Alanis adding “For a beautiful woman, with high intelligence and deep empathy, way ahead of her time, who’s no longer with us, this is for her.”

The superstar musicians performed Sinead’s track ‘Mandinka’ – the second song from her 1987 debut album ‘The Lion and the Cobra,’ after which Morissette said “May Sinead rest in some peace.”

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Author: Saul Goode

Photo: John Lill