Them Crooked Vultures is a rock music supergroup that formed in 2009. The band consists of Dave Grohl, Josh Homme, John Paul Jones and also features Alain Johannes. The band’s self-titled album was just released November 17, 2009. They performed their first show at the Metro in Chicago on August 9, 2009. They played all original material including opener “Elephants” and closing song “Nobody Loves Me and Neither Do I”.

The band is currently on tour in the west coast during November and then will be making their way over to Europe in December, ending the end of January.

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