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Rock Supergroup Them Crooked Vultures Sell Out Tabernacle

Rock’s new supergroup, Them Crooked Vultures, consisting of Dave Grohl on drums (Foo Fighters), John Paul Jones on bass (Led Zeppelin) and Josh Homme on guitar and vocals (Queens of the Stone Age) played to a sold out Tabernacle crowd Thursday, February 11, 2010. And while we weren’t there to cover it, Robb Cohen was handy with his camera.

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And if you attended the show, tell us about what you saw.

(Photo Credit: Robb Cohen/  For other concert photography linked to Access Atlanta, please visit for Atlanta Concert Photography Galleries. by Atlanta Photographer Robb Cohen

15 comments Add your comment


February 12th, 2010
9:20 am

John Paul Jones stole the show with a seven minute blues piano solo. Also, Josh Homme has a future as a lounge singer if he wants it. Watching him hula across the stage was fun. Seriously, they seem to be having just as much fun playing for each other as the crowd.


February 12th, 2010
1:21 pm

The show was AWESOME! I also give kudos to the AJC for finally blogging music and sharing photos!


February 13th, 2010
10:04 am

This show was fantastic! The band was in great spirits and played like they’ve been together for years. Lots of joking around and insanely talented performances by all four guys. I reviewed the show on my blog at if you want to read a more detailed description.


February 13th, 2010
11:15 pm

it is amazing how far dave grohl will ride kurt cobains coattails.. he has no talent at all

kay ralston

February 14th, 2010
12:14 am

Some great music of Georgia music artist can be heard at
Georgia Music Channel

Tomahawk Holmes

February 14th, 2010
12:33 am

awesome show – if you can’t tell Dave Grohl has talent – you’re a f-ing fool. dude rocks a drum set like very few ever have. i wish i could hit another stop on the tour. John Paul Jones – unbelievable stuff – a living legend of rock n roll.


February 14th, 2010
8:26 am

Hay Muse2112, you’re an idoit! You have no taste in rock & roll or even know what it is. Dave is the best dummer rock has today! I saw the show & it was magic!


February 14th, 2010
8:32 am

I watcheda few clips andI agree Gohl is only a decent drummer. I was never impressed with Nirvana the band, much less the drum tracks. shame they couldn’t have enlisted Shannan Larkin for the tour.

Over all, I would say the music being put out by TCV is better than anything the Foo fighters of Queens of the stone age has put out.

JPJ is a legend.


February 15th, 2010
5:42 am

really? lets put dave grohl next to neil peart and lets see who the real drummer is

Boogers for the children fund

February 15th, 2010
8:11 am

“Dave is the best dummer rock has today!”

Hmmm…that statement confirms just how lousy rock n roll has become.
The Parlor Mob. <—Thats the band!


February 15th, 2010
1:32 pm

lets see, how many drummer awards has dave grohl won? NONE


February 16th, 2010
5:46 pm

Who was the opening act? The drummer was incredible.

Boogers floating in your soup.

February 17th, 2010
9:30 am

SuperGroup…LOL. John Paul Jones was in one of the rare SuperGroups, that being LedZepplin. This band is by no means Super.

the dude

February 27th, 2010
5:49 pm

Come on give Dave Grohl credit he is a legit drummer. Maybe it did not show in Nirvana but the was kind of the point, to see him at his best check out probot. Not only did he play drums for probot but also guitar and bass. That being said the best drummer in rock today is pushing it a bit far. There is one thing that Dave does have over Neil Peart he does know when to play a simple beat.

chris staebler

April 25th, 2010
2:17 pm

Hey, these seems like stupid discussions ! Who is the best drummer? who is the best bassist? who cares ?!! there is no such thing as a best musician. There are different styles and that’s it. I’m listening to rock music since 40 years now and all I have to say is : this band rocks like few does. Some of the best songs here I have discovered since years. My last great shock in powerfull rock, was discovering Primus 10 years ago (they are not very popular here in France)…