The Taylor Hawkins tribute concert at Wembley Stadium has been nominated for an Emmy Award.
The concert was streamed by Paramount+ and is up for the award of Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Variety Series Or Special category.
Nearly 90,000 fans packed-out Wembley for the first tribute concert in honour of the late Foo Fighters drummer, who died in March last year.
Foo Fighters were joined by some huge names who also performed and paid their respects, including Travis Barker, Lars Ulrich and Chrissie Hynde.
Memorably, Hawkins’ son Shane was also brought onstage to play drums on Foos classic ‘My Hero’.
In June, Foos released their latest album ‘But Here We Are’, which reached Number 1 spot on the UK Albums Chart.
Prior to its release, Grohl and co. announced Josh Freese as the band’s new drummer.
Freese had played during the Wembley tribute concert, playing ‘Times Like These’ and ‘All My Life’ with the band and accompanying Wolfgang Van Halen.
The 75th Annual Emmy Awards is set to take place on September 18.