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Foo Fighters’ Taylor Hawkins told friends he ‘couldn’t f – -king do it anymore’

before his death at 50 in March, multiple friends told Rolling Stone in a new investigative piece published Monday.Reporters at the rock bible said they interviewed 20 of Hawkins’ friends in the month and a half since his death. His family members and Foo Fighters bandmates declined to be interviewed, but the band’s management said: “They dispute Hawkins’ friends’ characterizations of how he was feeling.”However, according to friends, Hawkins was concerned about the band’s rigorous touring schedule and didn’t know if he could physically handle playing three-hour shows night after night.

They allege that he questioned if he could continue on as a full-time member of the band. “He had a heart-to-heart with Dave and, yeah, he told me that he ‘couldn’t f – – king do it anymore’ — those were his words,” said Pearl Jam drummer and side-project collaborator Matt Cameron. “So I guess they did come to some understanding, but it just seems like the touring schedule got even crazier after that.”A Foo Fighters’ rep denies that Hawkins raised these concerns, telling Rolling Stone: “No, there was never a ‘heart-to-heart’ — or any sort of meeting on this topic — with Dave and [Silva Artist Management].

Cameron also told the outlet that Hawkins agreed to continue touring with the band to “be a team player.”“[A band like that] is a big machine [with] a lot of people on the payroll,” Cameron said. “So you’ve got to really be cognizant of the business side of something when it’s that big and that has inherent pressure, just like any business.”The band’s rep again denied that Hawkins ever mentioned wanting to scale back.“He never ‘informed Dave and [management]’ of anything at all like that.”The rep also denied reports that Hawkins was the

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before his death at 50 in March, multiple friends told Rolling Stone in a new investigative piece published Monday.Reporters at the rock bible said they interviewed 20 of Hawkins’ friends in the month and a half since his death. His family members and Foo Fighters bandmates declined to be interviewed, but the band’s management said: “They dispute Hawkins’ friends’ characterizations of how he was feeling.”However, according to friends, Hawkins was concerned about the band’s rigorous touring schedule and didn’t know if he could physically handle playing three-hour shows night after night.
In 1971, the Cannes Film Festival opened with a screening of Gimme Shelter by Albert and David Maysles, an immersive, vérité depiction of two weeks in the touring life of the Rolling Stones. If that was all it did, it might have been forgotten by now. But by a terrible freak of chance, the filmmakers followed the band to the most notorious concert of their entire career — the Altamont Speedway Free Festival in Livermore, CA, where the Stones, along with Santana, Jefferson Airplane, The Flying Burrito Brothers and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, were set to perform a free concert for 300,000 people on Dec. 6, 1969. “We didn’t know what it was going to be,” Albert said later. “We just had a childish faith that having seen the Stones and getting along with them, there might be a feature film there.”

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