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Dave Grohl Suffers A Beer-Related Mishap At The Joint

13 January 2019, 05:13 | Regina Holmes

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Last year, the rocker confessed he is rarely sober when he hits the stage with the Foo Fighters thanks to his pre-show booze ritual.

The fall was videoed by a fan at the Foo's first show gig of 2019.

It looks like Dave Grohl may have had a little too much fun during his show in Las Vegas on Wednesday night (January 9).

As Spin reported, Grohl was passed a can of beer by a fan during a guitar solo, which he downed, and then fell off the stage.

However, he lost his footing and fell into the security pit with his guitar when he attempted to rejoin his bandmates.

Dave Grohl is becoming well accustomed to falling offstage isn't he?

After placing it on a speaker, he tried to sip some of the drink from the upright can as he continued to play, knocking it over and soaking the speaker with foam. Grohl was on stage when he slammed a beer during the concert, but unfortunately, he slipped and wiped out.

It's not the first time Grohl has taken a spill.

During a gig in 2015 in Gothenburg, Sweden, the frontman fell off the stage and broke his leg.

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