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Grohl Sets ‘SNL’ Record
Maybe Dave Grohl should host “Saturday Night Live” some time.
Performing on the show with his sidegroup Them Crooked Vultures with John Paul Jones and Josh Homme on Saturday, Grohl set a new record for the number of time a guest musician has appeared on the show — 10.
But Grohl seems particularly well suited to the rest of the show too. He’s always been game for comedy (and costumes) in so many Foo Fighters videos and got his chance to show that side Saturday by appearing in a skit in which a father gathers his old band on stage to play at his daughter’s wedding reception.
In it, former musician Fred Armisen sings as frontman; Will Hader played bass; fourth time host Ashton Kutcher was playing guitar and Grohl was back on the drums for a set of noisy metal that climaxed with the destruction of the reception room.
The band (which I believe Armisen called “Christ of the Deformity”), was the sixth different group Grohl has played with on the show (and the second of the night).
Alec Baldwin or Steve Martin may be the ranking record holders on the number of times they’ve hosted the show (14 and 15 respectively), but Grohl is the new leader among musical guests on the show, surpassing Paul Simon as the only one to reach double digits
Grohl of course first appeared with Nirvana twice, and then was on five times with the Foo Fighters. But he also sat in with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and backed up Tenacious D before playing drums in Them Crooked Vultures (and the skit band) on Saturday.