Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl has been called “the greatest rock star of all time” after spending Super Bowl Sunday helping homeless people at a barbecue in Los Angeles.
The rocker and his friends spent 28 hours preparing, smoking and serving 100 pig boots in hopes of feeding up to 1,800 homeless people at The Woodlands Family Shelter in Woodland Hills, California.
The winter party is a common commitment for the rocker. Last year he spent 16 hours running the event, for which he supposedly covered the expenses, but he wanted to do even better by 2024.
Talking about the I wait for the mission On his YouTube channel, he said: “We’re always trying to feed more (people), so we came up with the plan to stuff 100 pork butts into our two smokers – there wasn’t an extra inch of room.” ‘
Dave added that they usually manage to feed between 300 and 400 people, making this year’s feat tremendously impressive.
Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl set a personal record by helping feed about 1,800 people for 28 hours cooking at a barbecue for the homeless in Los Angeles on Super Bowl Sunday.
I hope the Mission said: ‘There goes our hero! #davegrohl did it again’
Dave takes time off from his band’s Australian tour to help out at a Melbourne street kitchen
Posting a montage of the day on Instagram, which initially suggested the food total was 70 butts, the charity wrote: “Thank you to Dave and his friends from his studio for hanging out with us and spreading the love through a hot meal”.
The musician could be seen seasoning the meat before cooking it, basting the pulled pork and serving it on sandwiches with potato salad on the side.
He also managed to take the time to talk to some amazed fans who were pleasantly surprised to see their chef that day.
And his efforts were praised by fans on social media. One wrote: “This is why Dave Grohl is one of the biggest rock stars of all time.”
Others said: ‘Dave Grohl is a man! He is a good man. I respect that!’
‘Dave Grohl ROCKS! I absolutely adore his personality. A phenomenal musician.’
I hope the Mission later added: ‘There goes our hero! #davegrohl did it again, working over 24 hours with the Backbeat Barbecue team to provide meals for our participants BUT this time he set a personal record by cooking 100 pork ribs, which is equivalent to 1800 meals.
‘We are impressed by Dave and the Backbeat Barbecue Teams’ dedication to helping those in need. We hope you’re as inspired as we are!’
The two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, 54, will return on tour in May with the Foos, featuring their album Everything Or Nothing At All.
And his efforts were praised by fans on social media. One wrote: “This is why Dave Grohl is one of the biggest rock stars of all time,” while others called for him to have his own cooking show.
Grohl is always willing to take time out of his busy schedule to help those in need.
The two-time Rock And Roll Hall Of Famer, 54, took a day off from his band’s tour of Australia in December to help out at a Melbourne street kitchen.
Foo Fighters will be back on the road in May for their Everything Or Nothing At All tour, booking a visit to the UK with a series of US dates.