Dave Grohl lending throne to injured Old Dominion singer

ABC/Randy HolmesYet another person will be calling Dave Grohl “My Hero.”

The Foo Fighters frontman is lending is famous throne, which he used during the band’s 2015 tour after breaking his leg during a show in Sweden, to singer Matthew Ramsey of the country band Old Dominion.

Ramsey, who recently underwent leg surgery, will be sitting in the throne when Old Dominion returns to the road Wednesday night in Athens, Georgia.

“First show post-surgery is going down with some help from our friends #davegrohl and @foofighters!!!” the band tweeted alongside a photo of Ramsey holding a crutch with Grohl’s throne in the background.

The throne is adorned with a red Foo Fighters logo and a massive array of guitar necks coming out of its base, all while allowing the occupant to elevate their injured leg.

Grohl previously lent the throne to Guns N’ Roses frontman Axl Rose after he broke a bone in his foot in 2016.

Meanwhile, Grohl recently underwent some surgery of his own: He attended the Pollstar Live conference earlier this month with his arm in a sling. He’s expected to heal up in time for the next round of Foo Fighters tour dates, starting May 12 at the Epicenter festival.

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