Dave Grohl Cheers On Baby Rocking Out To 'Play': Watch
Earlier this month, Foo Fighters leader Dave Grohl released his mini- documentary PLAY, a 23-minute, one-man instrumental recording. The project was made to celebrate the rewards and challenges of learning a musical instrument and has inspired many kids to play, including a 17 month-old baby.
On the day of PLAY's release (Aug. 9), Grohl took to Twitter to post a short clip of the documentary and captioned it with a quote from the film, "'To any musician, young or old, a beautiful studio full of instruments is like a playground.'"
It didn't take long for a parent to respond with a video of their baby boy sitting in front of the TV, playing a toy drum set and trying to mimic Grohl's ferocity. The father captioned the post, "He is 17 months old and our little dude Charlie would rather rock out to this incredible song than be watching In the Night Garden or Paw Patrol."
After the video went viral and was picked up by Radio X on Tuesday (Aug. 21), the Foo front man responded to the tweet and said, "Nice work Charlie!! Go get em!"
Check out the adorable Twitter exchange below.
He is 17 months old and our little dude Charlie would rather rock out to this incredible song than be watching In the Night Garden or Paw Patrol ---- pic.twitter.com/L1cOvGIeJX— Jon Drew (@JonDDrew) August 14, 2018
Nice work Charlie!! Go get em! -- https://t.co/MJzyKcuaNJ— Foo Fighters (@foofighters) August 21, 2018