ABBA’s Benny Andersson covers Foo Fighters’ “Learn to Fly”


ABBA's Benny Andersson takes over

Today in Music News, ABBA’s Benny Andersson shares piano cover of FOO Fighters learn to fly. This is reported as a friendly response to Dave Grohl’s ABBA shirt which was worn on stage at Glastonbury over the weekend.

Now Andersson has acknowledged Grohl’s appreciation for his band by sharing a short video of him playing ‘Learn To Fly,’ a song from 1999’s third FOO FIGHTERS album ‘There’s Nothing To Lose’. At the end of the clip, Andersson can be seen turning to the camera to reveal he’s wearing a FOO FIGHTERS

This short piano cover is no less energetic and groovy than the original song. Although not metal, the piano cover has always resonated with FOO Fighters fans. Without further ado, check out the cover for yourself on ABBA’s Instagram page!

In addition, we can note that at the end of the video Andersson reveals his jersey which is Foo Fighters. This wonderful and friendly crossing not only expresses the mutual appreciation and respect between the artists, but also brings a heartwarming story to the music industry.

Grohl went on to express his interest in playing drums for the Eurovision-winning pop group, saying, “Listen, I’m gonna get up and play drums when you open an envelope. Show me some drums and I’ll sit in. So yeah, I’ll play with ABBA (chatter)

Check out our previous articles on the latest ABBA activities!



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