Watch Dave Grohl Perform Sitting on a Huge Throne for Foo Fighters' 20th Anniversary Show

The band's frontman broke his leg during a concert in Sweden last month.
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The Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl performs at RFK Stadium on Saturday.

Some artists would be deterred by a broken leg, but Dave Grohl is not one of them. The singer injured himself seriously last month when he fell during a show in Sweden. This forced the Foo Fighters to cancel their headlining Glastonbury set and several other European dates.

But Grohl couldn't miss the band's 20th anniversary show yesterday at Washington, D.C.'s RFK Stadium. He hinted on Twitter that he would perform at the event, and sure enough, the singer took the stage with a cast on his leg and played seated on a throne.

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Guitars stuck out from all sides of Grohl's specially-constructed chair, which made the whole apparatus look like a rock 'n' roll version of the much sought-after seat of power in Game of Thrones.

Check out pictures of the singer's new toy below, and watch him lead the Foo Fighters through "Something From Nothing" below.

This story first appeared on Billboard.com.

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