The Foo Fighters is a rock band founded in Seattle in 1994 by Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl. The band started as a one-man project and released it’s first album “Foo Fighters” in 1995. The Foo Fighters now consists of Grohl, lead singer; Chris Shiffett, guitarist; Pat Smear, guitarist; Nate Mendel, bassist; and Taylor Hawkins, drummer. The Foo Fighters have recorded a total of eight albums, with the most recent “Sonic Highways” to be released November 14, 2014. The group has won a total of eleven Grammy Awards, including four for Best Rock Album and three for Best Hard Rock Performance.