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Foo Fighters Book Weeklong Residency on ‘The Late Show with David Letterman’: ‘Sonic Highways’ Tracks To Be Performed

by   Oct 6, 2014 15:01 PM EDT

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As fans of the Foo Fighters are eagerly awaiting the band's upcoming album and HBO special Sonic Highways, the group is making quite a few stops on the promotional ladder in order to hype us all up. But during the week of Monday, Oct. 13, the group will stop bouncing around and play a weeklong residency at The Late Show with David Letterman on CBS, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Hitting the Letterman stage at the famed Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City, the Foo Fighters will kick off their weeklong string of performances on Oct. 13 and round it out that Friday, Oct. 17. And yes, the songs being performed WILL be from their upcoming album, Sonic Highways.

As an added bonus, the band's frontman, Dave Grohl, will reportedly sit aside Letterman and be interviewed on the Oct. 13 episode.

This isn't the first time the Foo Fighters have appeared on CBS' The Late Show. Check out a number of their performances below:

Sonic Highways, the Foo Fighters' eighth studio album, will be release this coming Nov. 10. Both the album and the upcoming HBO docu-series will feature local musicians from eight different cities the band traveled to in order to complete the recording sessions, including Los Angeles, New York, Seattle, Chicago, Nashville, Austin, Washington D.C. and New Orleans. THR notes that some of those musicians will perform alongside the band on The Late Show.

The group recently dropped a teaser trailer for the upcoming documentary. Check that out below:

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