Over the weekend, Tool drummer Danny Carey, Josh Homme and Troy Van Leeuwen of Queens of the Stone Age, Foo Fighters' Taylor Hawkins, Red Hot Chili Peppers' Chad Smith, Chris Chaney of Jane's Addiction and Ozzy Osbourne producer Andrew Watt assembled into an epic rock supergroup to cover various classic rock songs for charity.
The gang of California metal and rock musicians linked up on December 4th at Bring Back the Arts fundraiser for Malibu Elementary School, and from the looks of video posted all over social media, they had a helluva time playing covers of songs from all throughout the rock canon. In the footage, the band can be seen playing through Rod Stewart's "Hot Legs," Warren Zevon's "Werewolves of London," the Clash's "Should I Stay or Should I Go" and even a Queens of the Stone Age original, "Go With the Flow."
Yes, we're as jealous as you are that we weren't in attendance, but you can watch footage from the evening via the videos above and below.
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/bHMgjijSCG— Christian Acosta (@AcostaMzk) December 5, 2021