Taylor Hawkins: Foo Fighters drummer likely died from vaccine-induced myocarditis, as mainstream media push the “drug overdose” narrative
CHAPINERO, COLOMBIA — The mainstream media gymnastics continue as of publishing of this article. But we are going with common sense and the preponderance of evidence to stop the postmortem smear campaigns meant to deflect attention away from the culprit herein.
First, the Foo Fighters and a short trip down memory lane. For this blogger, those transition years from the late 1980s to early 1990s produced some of the best music in history. The 1991 Nevermind album by Nirvana signaled that the 80s junior high years were over and the 90s high school years were upon us. Kurt Cobain was the frontman and guitarist. And Dave Grohl was the drummer and backup vocalist.
Cobain committed suicide on April 3, 1994. The band broke up and Grohl set off on his own. He recorded a 15-track studio album later that year. Grohl wrote every song, played all the instruments and produced the album himself. But he didn’t want a solo career. He wanted to be part of a band. So Grohl recruited Pat Smear (guitar), Nate Mendel (bass), and William Goldsmith, remixed the album, and released it in July of 1995 with the eponymous name Foo Fighters.
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