Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl Delivers Powerful 'My Hero' at iHeart Living Room Concert for America

Dave Grohl IHeart Living Room Concert for America.
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Dave Grohl performs during the IHeart Living Room Concert for America.

After the Backstreet Boys dished out a joyful performance of "I Want It That Way" from each band member's living room Sunday night (March 29), on deck for iHeart's Live-At-Home Concert was Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl.

For Grohl's performance, the Foo Fighters frontman delivered an empowering rendition of the group's 1997 classic "My Hero." Dedicating the song to first responders, medical personal, and "all the people out there who are on the frontlines," Grohl masterfully showcased his precision on the guitar for the song's acoustic version. "And if you sing that last chorus every time you wash your hands, you'll be in good shape," he quipped following his riveting display.

Along with Grohl, Billie Eilish, Alicia Keys, Camila Cabello and her beau Shawn Mendes also performed at home as a part of iHeart's hour-long special in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.