Dave Grohl is bringing back the Hannukah Sessions for another year – kicking off with a heavy metal cover of a Gen-X staple.
Grohl and Foos producer Greg Kurstin unleashed a thrashing cover of Lisa Loeb’s “Stay (I Missed You)” – Grohl even busts out Loeb’s signature horn-rimmed glasses and flowery dress.
The Hannukah Sessions pays tribute to Jewish musicians, with a new cover posted each day through the final day of Hannukah on Dec. 6th.
Artists covered during last year’s Sessions include Bob Dylan, Beastie Boys, and Drake.
For the second year running, Dave Grohl is celebrating Hanukkah by teaming up with producer Greg Kurstin to cover songs made famous by Jewish artists. To kick things off, Grohl and Kurstin are tackling Lisa Loeb's hit "Stay (I Missed You)": https://t.co/jo4UprloyX pic.twitter.com/soLg6bp5Ux
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What other artists should Grohl cover for the Hannukah Sessions?