Last night (August 16th) in Los Angeles, director Judd Apatow hosted a benefit show for the anti-gun violence organization Victims First. Prior to the show, the only headliner advertised was Nineties alt-rock artist Beck (the guy who wrote "Loser"), but in the middle of the show, several high-profile rock musicians made a glorious appearance. Foo Fighters frontmnan Dave Grohl — in one of his first public appearances since the death of Taylor Hawkins — Tenacious D's Jack Black and Kyle Gass, as well as actor-musician John C. Reilly came out onstage to join Beck for a rendition of the Seals and Crofts classic, "Summer Breeze."
It didn't sound anything like Type O Negative's infamously drab cover — rather, with Black at the front of the stage doing jazz hands and letting out his goofy ad-libs, it felt a lot more like a Tenacious D track. Which is to say fun as hell, wholesome, and actually pretty damn well-done from a musical perspective. Watch it happen below via Instagram.