See Mammoth WVH Honor Taylor Hawkins With ‘My Hero’ Cover

Wolfgang Van Halen’s Mammoth WVH paid to Taylor Hawkins with an emotional rendition of Foo Fighters’ “My Hero” through the band’s live performance Saturday in Boston.

Introducing the track, a choked-up Van Halen advised the group that the drummer, who died Friday on the age of fifty, “was a hero to me, and a hero to all of us, and a hero to numerous individuals, so we really feel that is crucial.”

Mammoth WVH then launched into the Foo Fighters’ 1997 basic, with Van Halen first serving to out on drums earlier than taking centerstage for “My Hero.”

Van Halen beforehand tweeted following information of Hawkins’ loss of life in Bogota, Colombia, “I’ll always remember assembly Taylor on tour in Diego in 2012. He was such a ridiculously type man. The dude simply emanated cool. Him, my pops and I talked for so long as we might till we needed to depart.”

He continued, “An unimaginable drummer and singer, he was a relentless inspiration to me all through my complete life. This is sort of a kick within the intestine… You’ll be so sorely missed, Taylor.”

Following Hawkins’ loss of life, numerous artists have turned to media to recollect the beloved member of the music group, whereas artists like Elton John and Liam Gallagher have paid to Hawkins onstage.


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