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See Dave Grohl Break Out Kazoo in Cover of Billy Joel's "Big Shot"

Foo Fighters frontman and producer Greg Kurstin celebrate sixth night of Hanukkah Sessions

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Last year, Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl and eight-time Grammy winning producer Greg Kurstin celebrated the Jewish Festival of Lights with a series they dubbed Hanukkah Sessions, in which they covered eight songs by prominent Jewish artists — from Bob Dylan to the Beastie Boys. This year, they're doing it again, and after kicking off the series with a death-metal rendition of Lisa Loeb's "Stay" and covers of RamonesBarry ManilowVan Halen and Amy Winehouse songs, the duo are honoring night six with their version of Billy Joel's "Big Shot."

Unlike their malevolent extreme-metal take on Loeb's folk-pop crooner, their take on the Piano Man's 1979 hit is more stripped back than ramped up. Kurstin handles the keys while Grohl bangs on the drums and does his best to sing vocal parts that are just outside of his register. But the real fun happens when the two bust out kazoos in the middle and buzz a little solo together. 

Watch Grohl and Kurstin have fun with it above via YouTube, and see what Grohl had to say about it below.