Dave Grohl Is a Rockin' Sugardaddy

Sugardaddy: Dave Grohl Rocks My World


Rock stars often have inexplicable sex appeal. Maybe it's they way they jam on the guitar or toss their tousled hair from side to side, but for me Dave Grohl's appeal is directly linked to the father factor — how adorable he is with his 21–month–old daughter, Violet Maye.

Quite the family man, he and wife Jordyn Blum, are often seen hanging out at the park and farmer's market with their wee one.

The rocker, who just turned 39 this week, doesn't show his age a bit. This is surprising since the hard worker has been a musician and songwriter for more than half of his life.

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To see why I have a crush on this Sugardaddy, just read more.

Grohl got his start with the band, Scream before he hammered away on the drums for the grunge groundbreaking, Nirvana. After Kurt Cobain's death, Grohl formed the Foo Fighters and soaked up the spotlight as lead singer and guitarist. He also collaborated with musical stars from various genres, including actor Jack Black and his band, Tenacious D.

Aside from taking darling Violet out for jaunts around town, this sweet daddy also finds time to help strangers in need. According to the BBC, in 2006 Grohl made good on a promise he made to two miners in Australia. After hearing that the trapped miners who had been involved in an accident wanted an MP3 player loaded with Foo Fighters music to keep them company, Grohl sent an email that said,

"Though I'm halfway around the world right now, my heart is with you both, and I want you to know that when you come home, there's two tickets to any Foos show, anywhere, and two cold beers waiting for yous. Deal? Looking forward to sharing them with you . . . Come home safe, and we'll see you soon. Dave Grohl.""

The miners survived and took Grohl up on his offer. Sounds Iike he gives the best, the best, the best, the best of himself.

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