Was the drummer of grunge band Nirvana in the early 90s.
His mother appears in Foo Fighters' "Breakout" video.
As a tribute to legendary punk bass player Mike Watt, Dave put 2 t's in the title of the song Wattershed.
Is one of the most popular people in the music industry, due to his skill on most musical instruments (but particularly drums) and his pleasant, humorous personality.
His first concert was at The Cubby Bear in Chicago Illinois.
Daughter, Violet, born 15 April 2006. She is named after Dave's maternal grandmother.
Wrote all the songs and played all the instruments (except guitar on X-Static, played by Greg Dulli) on Foo Fighters' self-titled debut album, released in 1995.
He frequently posts on his band's website.
George Harrison was his favourite Beatle, and he wrote the song "Oh, George" in dedication to him in 1994.
Guitar and Vocalist for Foo Fighters.
Dating ex-Hole bassist/ex-Smashing Pumpkins bassist Melissa Auf Der Maur. (2001)
Before joining Nirvana, Grohl had been a member of the bands "Scream" and "Dain Bramage".
1994, he was invited to join "Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers" but declined due to the upcoming debut album of Foo Fighters.
His wife, Jordyn Blum, gave birth to a baby girl in Los Angeles on April 15, 2006.
Many of the songs that wound up on Foo Fighters' debut were rehearsed in early 1994 as potential Nirvana songs, with Dave on guitar and Kurt Cobain playing the drums.
Foo Fighters' fourth album, an 11-track effort titled "One by One", was released on October 22nd (one week before the Nirvana "Greatest Hits" package came out). The first single/video from the album was "All my Life".
Constantly changes hair styles and amount of facial hair.
Inducted into the Washington (DC) Area Music Hall of Fame, 2002.