Toured North America even though a leg injury forced Grohl to wear a leg cast, dubbing the tour The Broken Leg Tour.
Released the album Sonic Highways, embarking on a worldwide international tour to support the record.
Recorded the album Wasting Light in Dave Grohl's garage using only analog equipment.
Released the critically acclaimed Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace which was nominated for five Grammys.
Released the double album In Your Honor, supporting it with a co-headlining tour with Weezer in what was dubbed "The Foozer Tour."
Played campaign rallies for John Kerry when they learned that contender George W. Bush was using Foo Fighters songs at his own events.
Released the album One by One.
Released the album There Is Nothing Left to Lose after leaving Capitol and signing with RCA Records.
Released their breakthrough second album The Colour and the Shape.
Released their self-titled debut and toured to support it, opening for Mike Watt.
Gave their first live performance at the Jambalaya Club in Arcata, California.
Known for such albums as "In Your Honor" and "The Colour And The Shape"
Took their name from a World War II era term for an unidentified flying object.
Dave Grohl was offered a full-time position drumming with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers before he decided to pursue Foo Fighters.
Grohl played all the instruments and sang all the vocal parts on the first Foo Fighters album.
Grohl initially assembled Nate Mendel, Pat Smear, and William Goldsmith to play with him in the band, though Goldsmith and Smear would later leave and be replaced by Taylor Hawkins and Chris Shiflett. Franz Stahl would also play with the band from 1997-1999.