Foo Fighters have bagged all three rock awards at the 64th GRAMMY Awards. The event is hosted by the Recording Academy in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Nominated for Best Rock Performance ("Making A Fire"), Best Rock Song (“Waiting On A War") and Best Rock Album (Medicine At Midnight), the band won all three categories. Unlike previous years, they did not accept their awards in person. Following the news that their longtime drummer Taylor Hawkins passed away at age 50, Foo Fighters have since pulled out of touring. According to a statement on their Twitter account, the band are “taking time to grieve.”

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Foo Fighters won awards as a band, and as songwriters for “Waiting On A War.”


This marks 15 wins in their 31 nominations from the Recording Academy. They’ve had GRAMMY nominations as far back as 1996 at the 38th GRAMMY Awards. Their first win came in 2001 for Best Rock Album (There Is Nothing Left to Lose) and Best Short Form Music Video ("Learn To Fly").

They have since won Best Hard Rock Performance (2003), Best Rock Album (2004) and Best Rock Album/Best Hard Rock Performance (2008).

In 2016, they won Best Rock Album, Best Rock Song, Best Rock Performance, Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance, Best Long Form Music Video. They followed that up in 2018 with another win in Best Rock Song.