Watch Shane Hawkins steal the show again by smashing two Foo Fighters songs at his dad Taylor's LA tribute show

Shane Hawkins performs with the Foo Fighters at the Taylor Hawkins tribute concert in LA
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Earlier this week, the second instalment of the Taylor Hawkins tribute concerts was held in Los Angeles' Kia Forum, on Tuesday September 27. Throughout the night, stars from all corners of the rock world and beyond gathered to pay their respects to the late Foo Fighters drummer, who died back in March this year aged 50.

Musicians such as Miley Cyrus, Justin Hawkins, Geezer Butler, Taylor Momsen, Joan Jett, Geddy Lee, Brian May and Taylor Hawkins' children played out a number of his favourite songs, as well as the hits that defined his career. 

Shane Hawkins, Taylor's 16 year old son who made headlines for his amazing performance at the Wembley Stadium tribute show earlier this month, was one of those who performed in tribute once more, covering two Foo Fighters tracks alongside the band themselves.

At the first tribute show, Shane honoured his father by drumming on the 1996 The Colour And The Shape track My Hero. This time, he played My Hero but also a second track, I'll Stick Around, lifted from Foos' self-titled album from 1995.

Shane's performances at both tribute concerts were received in high praise; not only because of his flawless ability to perfectly channel the talents of his father, but also, because he's a wonderfully talented drummer in his own right. Seeing him smash out the drums to My Hero, serving as an obvious nod to his dad, was also once again a heart-touching moment.  

Check out fan-filmed footage of Shane's moment in the spotlight below:

The Taylor Hawkins tribute show from Wembley Stadium, London, is available to watch on-demand with a Paramount+ subscription.

Liz Scarlett

Liz works on keeping the Louder sites up to date with the latest news from the world of rock and metal. Prior to joining Louder as a full time staff writer, she completed a Diploma with the National Council for the Training of Journalists and received a First Class Honours Degree in Popular Music Journalism. She enjoys writing about anything from neo-glam rock to stoner, doom and progressive metal, and loves celebrating women in music.