FOO FIGHTERS WIN BEST ROCK SONG GRAMMY
PHOTO: Brantley Gutierrez
“Run,” the summer 2017 smash first single from Foo Fighters’ international #1 album Concrete and Gold (Roswell Records/RCA Records) took home the statue for Best Rock Song at the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards in New York City.
The Best Rock Song win for “Run” brings Foo Fighters’ career GRAMMY total to an even dozen. The Best Rock Song victory for “Run” is the band’s second in the category, following “Walk” taking the honor at the 54th Annual GRAMMY Awards.
The opening salvo from Concrete and Gold, “Run” was released without warning June 1, 2017. Receiving more than 2 million YouTube views in its first 24 hours, and smashing into the top 5 of the iTunes video chart and the top 15 of the iTunes singles chart, “Run” instantly amassed the highest first-day numbers of any Foo Fighters single. The Billboard Mainstream Rock #1 track has quickly become a live favorite as well, sparking monster singalongs as Foo Fighters Concrete and Gold stadium/arena tour continues to sell out and add dates worldwide.