Dave Grohl's hometown of Warren, Ohio have commisioned two giant drumsticks to be erected in the town to honour their most famous son.
Grohl famously played drums for Nirvana before forming Foo Fighters and has returned behind the kit to play with bands such as Queens Of The Stone Age and The Crooked Vultures.
According to Rolling Stone, the two giant drum sticks will be carved out of poplar wood and will be displayed outside the Warren Amphitheater on July 7. The exhibit will then be moved to Dave Grohl Alley, a street named after the iconic rocker in 2009.
Meanwhile, Grohl recently paid tribute to the wave of electronic music sweeping America and labelled Skrillex a 'badass'.
"I don't know how to do what Skrillex does (though I fucking love it) but I do know that the reason he is so loved is because he sounds like Skrillex, and that's badass. We have a different process and a different set of tools, but the "craft" is equally as important, I'm sure."
Grohl will return to the UK in August when Foo Fighters headline the Reading and Leeds Festivals.
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