Dave Grohl recalls the time he had high with Joan Jett and Miley Cyrus

Dave Grohl has uncovered that he once got high with Miley Cyrus and Joan Jett, and the famous rocker as of late reviewed the story during another Rolling Stone meeting. While visiting with the power source, the previous Nirvana drummer raised the 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame service, which is the place where he, Cryus, and Jett hung out and smoked weed. “I simply recall being there and going higher up… the functions can be horrendously long,” he started, clarifying why he may have been so disposed to do more to breathe easy.

“Fortunately, Joan Jett’s presentation was at the most elevated place of the show. We performed, and following a couple of hours, I went up to the changing area to drink and ended up smoking a joint with Joan and Miley Cyrus,” he admitted. “I returned to the ground floor, and I seldom smoke weed. I investigated, gazing at Jerry Lee Lewis and simply being. I don’t have the words to depict it. I was stumbling f—in’ balls.” Dave Grohl proceeded to share that the smoke meeting really wound up representing an issue for let in the evening. “Toward the finish of the show, Ringo [Starr] got an honor. A maker was going around searching for me to sing the finale of ‘With A Little Help From My Friends,'” he said. “He approached me and resembled, ‘Dave! Dave! You have to be in front of an audience in the following two minutes! We’re doing the huge finale!’ I was unable to envision being in front of an audience. I left there so high that I took cover behind Stevie Wonder.”

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The Foo Fighters frontman shared that he has uncontrollably various designs for commending his band’s acceptance into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this year. “That is to say, it was a ton to take in,” he said of his pot-smoking experience quite a long while prior. “I will not be doing that this year; that is for god—sure.” Notably, Nirvana was enlisted in 2014, and the Foo Fighters are being drafted in 2021, making Grohl a double-cross Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee.

Notwithstanding his forthcoming Rock and Roll Hall of Fame honor, fanatics of Grohl can get him on his new Paramount+ arrangement, From Cradle to Stage. The docu-arrangement follows Grohl and his mom as they share their experience throughout his vocation while likewise talking with other significant music specialists and their moms about how their connections have developed also. Paramount+ is offering free preliminary membership to Paramount+ here, which offers a seven-day no-cost insight of all the unbelievable substance accessible.

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