Dave Grohl has been in one band or another since 1984, when he joined the short-lived Freak Baby (which, depending on the lineup, was also known as Dain Bramage and Mission Impossible). From there, he moved onto Scream and two groups you might have heard of, Nirvana and Foo Fighters, not to mention Tenacious D, Queens of the Stone Age, and Them Crooked Vultures. With the exception of the first Foo Fighters record, which he played every instrument on, Grohl has never been a solo artist. That may change soon.
Page Six spoke to someone in Camp Foo Fighters (the band is currently on a “break”) who said, “The band is billing it as a ‘break,’ but it’s totally Dave going solo, and [drummer] Taylor [Hawkins] is pissed about it.” You should take everything Page Six reports on with a grain of salt, and a representative called the breakup rumors “utterly ridiculous,” and yet: