This 10-Year-Old Fan Rocked A Foo Fighters Concert On Dave Grohl's Guitar

He and the band covered Metallica.

A young Foo Fighters fan had a special moment with the band at a recent stop on their tour. While performing in Kansas City, Missouri, frontman Dave Grohl invited a 10-year-old named Collier Cash Rule on stage to show off his guitar skills. The young musician said he knew a lot of Metallica songs, and demonstrated the "Enter Sandman" riff on Grohl's guitar.

Grohl definitely knows "Enter Sandman," having performed it last Halloween with Kristen Bell — although that version had a bit of a Frozen twist. Nevertheless, he took care of the vocals while Collier showed off his talent.

Collier also proved he knew Metallica's "Welcome Home (Sanitarium)," which Grohl admitted the band wasn't as familiar with. "He already knows more than we do," the musician joked to the audience, going on to give a shout-out to Ed Sheeran, who was also playing nearby: "He ain't got nothing on Collier right now."

Grohl also made sure Collier would never forget this amazing moment by letting him keep his guitar. The 10-year-old gave him a hug in thanks, and Grohl joked that he better not sell it on eBay. 

Collier isn't the only young guitarist to play with one of his idols in concert. Last year, 14-year-old Nathan Testa played "Growing Up" on stage with Bruce Springsteen himself at an Australian concert. The Foo Fighters also previously invited a fan on stage to play drums for his birthday.

Check out Collier's full performance in the video below:


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