Toronto – Four Fighters Frontman Dave Grohl asks 10-year-old drummer to play with band next time performing in the UK
Three months after the young music prodigy first challenged Growl to a virtual drum battle on social media, Rock Legend met Nandi Bushel in a video call on Monday.
A girl from Ipswich, England The two musicians shared a video Chatting face-to-face for the first time on YouTube, she titled it “one of the best experiences of her life”.
Grol is also looking forward to meeting the young rocker.
“I’ll meet the rock star! Oh, my God!” Groll was shocked by the shiny bushel in the video.
“Oh, my gosh, this is you! Nice to meet you … I can not believe I ‘m talking to you. I feel like I’ ve met the beetle,” he said.
During their video chat, Groll asked Bushell if she would “jam on stage” with the Fu Fighters when she next appeared in the UK.
“Yes! Absolutely! One hundred percent!” Bashel responded.
However, Grohl said that Bushell would have to perform at the end of the band’s set because she was “going to steal the show.” They agreed to write a song together for a pending show.
During the video practice, Bushell also gave some sage advice, such as “Practice, practice, practice” and taught her how to put out one of her signature shouts while performing.
“You use your energy and have fun screaming,” Bushel said while playing air drums.
Like Bushel, who started playing drums at the age of five, Groll admitted during the video that he wanted to quit drums because he was “never good”.
The social media showdown between the two musicians began in August Bushel shared a cover photo Foo Fighters’ 1997 track “Everlong” on Twitter challenges the man before the drum-off.
Bushell has since won every round of the war, including their last exchange, and they have written and performed original tribute songs to each other.
Bushell previously played with Lenny Kravitz and on the Ellen Show.