October 29, 2013

Dave Grohl Might Be My Soulmate. {Video}

There are few celebrities that I feel compelled to follow, worship or stalk.

I’m not one to read-up on Hollywood blogs or flip through tabloid magazines in the grocery story checkout line.

There are a few that, for whatever reason, I feel drawn to—not as rich, flashy, famous commodities, but as actual people with actual lives and actual interest.

Some–hello, Brandon Boyd, Ricky Hall, Neal Fallon—are painfully handsome, but I’d like to think of this as a happy coincidence; most are musicians, actors or writers that I’ve seen perform live. Most I’ve watched in (many) hours of interviews and/or behind the scenes footage. These are the “celebrities” that I’d pick sipping whiskey with over making out with: the ones that seem the most human.

Then…. there’s Dave. He’s handsome, yes. Crazy-talented and positively hilarious. Intelligent and aware, you betcha. Fierce when he needs to be—absofuckinlutely. But mostly, he understands what kind of simple joy can be extracted from a fresh pot.

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Angel Oct 31, 2013 9:09am

There is truly not enough time in a day to write of the awesomeness that is Dave Grohl.

Jillian Oct 30, 2013 7:10am

HA! This is FANTASTIC! Neil Fallon is my ULTIMATE…but Dave. Dave was the original 😉

Also, you seem awesome. I would totally sip whiskey and listen to Clutch with you m/

Deb Oct 29, 2013 5:47pm

Dave is by far my favorite musician / human. He is all of the things you list and more. If you haven't watched his keynote speech at SXSW, he is just amazing.

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Sara Crolick is whiskey in a teacup. She loves elephants, vegetables, vintage typewriters, Audrey Hepburn and the written word, but not necessarily in that order. She raises two inspiring boys with her mister, who is a bona fide music-maker; this works out nicely, as she happens to also love music. You can connect with her via her site, Conversations with a Human Heart, her author page on Facebook and on Twitter, too.