Queens Of The Stone Age frontman Josh Homme, Tool’s Danny Carey, Red Hot Chili Pepper Chad Smith, Taylor Hawkins from Foo Fighters, Chris Chaney from Jane's Addiction, Ozzy Osbourne/Post Malone producer Andrew Watt and QOTSA’s Troy Van Leeuwen formed a one-off supergroup at the weekend to jam classic rock covers.
The cause which united the A-List California rockers on December 4 was a Bring Back The Arts benefit evening for Malibu Elementary School. Social media footage from the night shows Taylor Hawkins fronting the group for a raucous cover of Rod Stewart’s 1977 single Hot Legs, Josh Homme on lead vocals for QOTSA’s own Go With The Flow and Warren Zevon’s Werewolves of London, and a collective bash through Should I Stay Or Should I Go from The Clash’s 1982 album Combat Rock.
We’re prepared to bet that a good time was had by all.
Anoche se reunieron Taylor Hawkins (FF), Josh Homme (Kyuss, QOTSA), Chad Smith (RHCP), Danny Carey (Tool), Troy Van Leeuwen (Failure, APC, QOTSA) en #Malibu para #zapar un rato y tocaron "Should I Stay or Should I Go" de The Clash entre otras temas. pic.twitter.com/bHMgjijSCGDecember 5, 2021
Meanwhile, friend of all of the above, Dave Grohl recently wrapped his own covers series, bringing his 2021 Hanukkah Sessions series to a close with a cover of Kiss’ Rock And Roll All Nite, having previously shared covers by Van Halen, Amy Winehouse and more.