The Foo Fighters Take Over Fuse Today
Fri, 15 Apr 2011 10:41:42
Tune-in to Fuse all day today, Friday April 15th, beginning at 6 AM ET for a Foo Fighters Takeover.
Fuse, Madison Square Garden's national music television network, is teaming up with the Foo Fighters to bring fans 24 hours of their favorite band to celebrate the launch of their latest album, Wasting Light, which is available everywhere now. Fuse kicked off the takeover at 6 AM with the exclusive premiere of the first of eleven new music videos from the "This Video Sucks" competition where the band gave 11 aspiring directors the opportunity to create a music video for a song from their new album. The new videos will be premiered at the top of every hour, along with special commentary from the band. The Foo Fighters takeover culminates with blink-182 front man and Fuse host, Mark Hoppus, sitting down with Foo Fighters for an in-depth interview for a new episode of "Hoppus on Music," airing at 11 PM EST. In addition to the eleven new videos and brand new interview with the band, Fuse will be airing Foo Fighters programming all day.
Fans can also log on to fuse.tv/foofighters for additional information on programming, the latest news, photos, and to watch Foo Fighters' music videos.
Additional Foo Fighters Programming:
Hoppus on Music
Tune in as host Mark Hoppus sits down with Foo Fighters for a candid interview. The episode also features a special performance from The Pretty Reckless.
Fuse Rocks the Garden: Foo Fighters
Relive the six-time Grammy award winning group's first concert at the World's Most Famous Arena, Madison Square Garden.
Foo Fighters: On The Record
Fuse host Toure' gets up close and personal with Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins to talk about their Greatest Hits, being dads and what it's like to be drummers in a drummer's band.
Loaded: Foo Fighters
Take a tour through some of the group's biggest hits in this half-hour music video franchise solely dedicated to The Foo Fighters.
Foo Fighters Chronicles
This half-hour original series traces the Foo Fighters' rise to the top with some of their most famous music videos. Full of tidbits and facts, "The Chronicles" is the definitive show on video chronology and you'll only find it on Fuse.
Are you tuning into "Fuse Fighters" today?