Dave Grohl defiende el que Phoebe Bridgers haya roto una guitarra en el escenario

Se le preguntó al músico sobre el acto durante una entrevista en el programa de Howard Stern

Bridgers rompió una guitarra al final de su reciente aparición en "Saturday Night Live".

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Dave Grohl defendió la decisión de Phoebe Bridgers de romper una guitarra al final de su reciente actuación en Saturday Night Live.

Se le preguntó al músico sobre el truco durante una entrevista en el programa de Howard Stern el miércoles.

"Primero que nada, tienes que entender que durante los últimos 10 años, en cada entrevista que hago, la gente dice: '¿Está muerto el rock and roll?' Yo digo: 'No lo creo'", dijo Grohl.

Señaló que ha habido un reciente "regreso del rock de guitarra en la música popular", y dijo que vio la actuación de Bridgers y lo discutió con su propia madre.

"Ella dice: '¿Viste Saturday Night Live ?' Yo dije, 'Sí '", relató. "Ella agregó: '¿Qué pensaste de esa chica, Phoebe?' Yo digo: 'Tiene una voz hermosa. Realmente puede cantar'. Mi madre dice: 'Me encantó. Pensé que era genial'".

Grohl comparó la actuación de Bridgers con lo que hacen los Foo Fighters "cuando nos ves tocar y enloquecer".

Él miró hacia atrás en sus días de Nirvana, diciendo "era como cada maldita noche" y "mis tambores tenían agujeros en ellos por Kurt (Cobain) jodidamente picar en mis tambores".

"He visto suficientes guitarras rotas", agregó Grohl. "Déjame decirte: se siente jodidamente bien cuando lo haces. Eso es seguro".

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