The Fu Fighters hit “Everlong” first hit the Billboard charts in 1997, but almost a quarter of a century later the 11-year-old drummer Nandi Bushel’s Thanksgiving song is back for a viral performance.
The band invited Bushell to the stage for an electrical performance of “Everlong” to close their Los Angeles gig at the August 2 forum, and since then, U.S. sales for the song have increased by 1 percent. In the third place. Hot Rock and Alternative Song Chart, No. 2 on the Hot Hard Rock Song Chart and No. 17 on the Hot Alternative Song Chart.
In 1997, “Everlong” peaked at number 3 on the Billboard US Alternative Airplay chart and at number 4 on the US Mainstream Rock chart. Selling more than 2 million units, the song is double Platinum certified in the United States.
Bushell caught the attention of frontman Dave Grohl last year, when he challenged the former Nirvana drummer to a showdown. Leading their drum fight, Bushell posted a cover of his “Everlong” on Twitter, writing, “My dream is to one day jam with Dave Grahl, Ay Taylor Rohkins and all the o ffighters! Mr. Grohl I want a drum fight with you! I’m ‘Everlong’ I like that it’s very difficult to play because it’s so fast but so much fun! “
Grahal replied, “The challenge has been accepted. These songs have not been played for a long time… .. Thanks for the inspiration !!! Your move !!! Your friend Rock, Dave. ”
Shortly afterwards, the drumming duo virtually confronted Theme Crooked Vulture (Grol’s side project with Josh Home and John Paul Jones) in a viral video for “Dead and Friends”.