Dave Grohl's hometown of Warren, Ohio is incredibly proud of their musical prodigy.
As the drummer for the band that defines the 1990s, Nirvana, and the front man for the incredibly popular modern rock group, Foo Fights (among dozens of other musical projects), Warren has plenty of reasons to gloat.
The way they ended up honoring him, though, may be the most appropriate showing of love ever.
Sure, he got his own alley named after him back in 2009, but that's nothing compared to the record-breaking drumsticks.
In 2012, the town presented Grohl with a pair of 900 pound drumsticks that were made of log wood.
The town didn't reach out to Guinness to claim their world record, so technically having the world's largest drumsticks is still unofficial—but it couldn't have happened in a more fitting place.
Grohl tweeted about the honor, saying: “To the wonderful city of Warren, from the bottom of my heart I'd like to thank you all so much... For the childhood memories. For my family. For my very own alley. For the world's largest drumsticks! And for all of your support... But most of all for being such a great community. One that makes me proud to say... I am from Warren, Ohio!”