If you caught the ‘Saturday Night Live‘ season finale last weekend, you know it ended with a high school graduation sketch that doubled as a thinly veiled sendoff/full cast dance party in honor of Kristen Wiig, who’s leaving the cast after seven years. The fun continued in an epic after party featuring musical guests the Foo Fighters, and thanks to footage uploaded by folks who were lucky enough to be there, now you can see some of what went on.
Mick Jagger's first time hosting Saturday Night Live featured memorable music, and The Rolling Stones singer played a wide range of characters in the show's sketches -- and there was one swear word towards the end of the show.
If you’re going out, go out big! That’s exactly what the season finale of ‘Saturday Night Live’ did with its musical guests (and farewell to cast member Kristen Wiig). Rock legend Mick Jagger served as ‘SNL’ host, but the Rolling Stones frontman brought along a few friends. The Foo Fighters, Arcade Fire and Jeff Beck made the evening a night to remember.
Let's start with my favorite news of the week. Mick Jagger won't be performing with his Rolling Stones bandmates when he hosts Saturday Night Live this week -- he's picked three acts to play with that could be musical guests in their own right. Foo Fighters and Arcade Fire -- both vete
Dave Grohl has kept most of the concrete details surrounding his upcoming ‘Sound City’ documentary under wraps. Now the Foo Fighters frontman has issued a handwritten statement detailing what inspired him to make the film, as well as a new trailer for the movie.
Smuggling illegal drugs onto a plane can be tough. That is what Jack Black and Kyle Gass (Tenacious D) discovered in today's Vidiot. The Foo Fighters have always been known for having funny videos and this one has got to be one of my favorites
Producer and Garbage drummer Butch Vig isn't sure what exactly will be on the soundtrack to Dave Grohl's documentary about Sound City Studios. Vig has been producing the sessions for the film, which is about the studio where Nirvana re
Generations of rock musicians will collide in the fall when John Fogerty, the legendary frontman for Creedence Clearwater Revivial, will release ‘Wrote A Song For Everyone.’ The album features Fogerty re-recording some of his classic songs with an assortment of performers from the pop, rock and country genres.
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