Taylor Hawkins Honored at Grammys in Emotional Tribute Video – What We Know!

Taylor Hawkins, the drummer for Foo Fighters, was honored on the Grammys on Sunday in an emotional tribute video after he died on March 25 on the age of fifty.

The video, set to Foo Fighters’ “My Hero,” confirmed stay footage of Hawkins together with photographs of the drummer taking heart stage as a singer. Hawkins usually traded locations with frontman Dave Grohl to carry out a Queen track at Foo Fighters reveals.

Foo Fighters have been nominated twice this 12 months, for greatest rock album (“Medication at Midnight”) and rock efficiency (“Making a Fireplace”). The band was additionally scheduled to carry out on the Grammys.

Hawkins was discovered lifeless in his lodge room in Bogota, Colombia, simply earlier than the band was set to play Competition Estéreo Picnic. Hawkins’ premature dying additionally got here simply two days earlier than the Foo Fighters have been scheduled to headline Lollapalooza Brazil. On Tuesday, the band canceled all their upcoming tour dates throughout the U.S., Europe, Australia and New Zealand.

The day after Hawkins’ dying, the Bogota municipal authorities issued an announcement that town’s emergency heart had obtained a report of a affected person with “chest ache.” They despatched an ambulance, although a non-public ambulance had already arrived on the lodge in northern Bogota, in response to the Related Press. Well being employees have been unable to revive Hawkins. With out declaring that the drummer died of an overdose, authorities in Colombia issued an announcement Saturday afternoon noting that Hawkins was decided to have had 10 medication in his system on the time of his dying.

Hawkins not too long ago starred alongside Grohl and different Foo Fighters members Chris Shiflett, Nate Mendel, Rami Jaffee and Pat Smear in “Studio 666,” a comedic horror film that follows the band as they document their tenth album in a haunted mansion.

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