Taylor Hawkins’ Son Shane Performs Foo Fighters’ ‘My Hero’

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Late Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins‘ son Shane recently performed the band’s song ‘My Hero’ as a tribute to his father.

The successful Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins suffered from chest pain after a performance in March 2022. Although the emergency service immediately intervened to solve his health problem, they could not save him. Hawkins passed away on March 25, 2022, at 50.

His untimely passing deeply saddened his family, bandmates, and the entire music world. Names from the rock scene expressed their sadness and shared their condolences by mentioning how they love Hawkins. Ozzy Osbourne and Brian May said they could not believe the drummer’s death and would always miss him.

Fleetwood Mac’s Stevie Nicks was also among the names who shared her sadness on social media due to her fellow musician’s sudden passing. She posted a photo of them together by writing a touching poem for Hawkins under it. Travis Barker got a hawk tattoo representing the drummer. Moreover, Foo Fighters announced they would arrange a tribute concert to Hawkins starting on September 3, including impactful names such as Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, and Brian May.

Recently, the drummer’s son Shane appeared on stage with the local Laguna Beach band The Alive, as was shown on TikTok. During the performance, he paid tribute to his late father by singing Foo Fighters’ 1997 song ‘My Hero.’ It was a touching moment for Shane, The Alive members, and the concert’s audience. TikTok users commemorated the drummer and mentioned how talented Shane was.

You can watch the performance below.

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