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Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl unaired SNL skit now on YouTube

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If you watched Saturday Night Live last weekend, Foo Fighters were the musical guests, but it didn't stop there. Frontman, Dave Grohl taped a skit that didn't make it to air, but it did make it to SNL's YouTube channel.

The story line was set on New Year's Eve, with comedian Beck Bennet running from party to party and at one point he encounters a scary, wolfman-looking guard. Even the biggest fan may not recognize him, but that wolfman was Grohl.

Foo Fighters were there to plug their latest release, Concrete and Gold, and they performed their single "The Sky Is a Neighborhood," as well as the 1997 hit "Everlong" and a couple of Christmas songs.

  • Christmas songs performed: “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home and “Linus and Lucy” from A Charlie Brown Christmas.


READ: Check out Loudwire for the full story

CHECK IT OUT: Watch the skit here


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