Dave Grohl returned with Greg Kurstin for a new round of their “Hanukkah Sessions” series by covering Lisa Loeb‘s 1994 hit “Stay (I Missed You).”
This is the second year that Grohl is teaming up with the Grammy Award winning music producer to cover famous songs by Jewish artists.
Kurstin also is a Jew.
As a routine, the Foo Fighters frontman will release back-to-back covers on all eight days of Hanukkah, wrapping up on December 6..
“Welcome back to the menorah, y’all,” Grohl wrote in an introduction on Twitter. “Let’s kick it this year’s Hanukkah sessions with one of Dallas, Texas’s favorite Jewish daughters.”
“So put on your coffee shop spectacles and your Betsey Johnson dress and HAVA listen to this… Stay by Lisa Loeb,” he added on Sunday, the first night of Hanukkah.
After a year’s hiatus due to the pandemic, Grohl published his first memoir, and Foo Fighters released the band’s 10th studio album, titled Medicine at Midnight, and a Bee Gees covers album.
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