WASHINGTON, DC – MARCH 05: Dave Grohl (L) and Josh Freese (R) of Foo Fighters perform at the Power to the Patients concert at The Anthem on March 05, 2024 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Paul Morigi/Getty Images)

In a recent interview, Shirley Manson of Garbage heaped praise on Dave Grohl, describing him as a beacon of infectious joy in the music industry.

Manson, known for her candid and outspoken nature, expressed her admiration for Grohl, labelling him as “the most incredible expanse of joy.” She commended his boundless energy and infectious enthusiasm, noting that his presence brings a sense of positivity and camaraderie to any room he enters.

The admiration between Manson and Grohl is mutual, as the two have shared a longstanding friendship and mutual respect for each other’s work. Manson’s remarks serve as a testament to Grohl’s enduring impact on both his peers and fans alike.

As Manson continues to champion Grohl’s spirit of joy and camaraderie, it’s clear that his influence extends far beyond the realm of music, inspiring countless individuals with his infectious passion and unwavering positivity.