Watch Foo Fighters Rip Out Rare Cuts Under Fake Name at Pop-Up Show | Revolver

Watch Foo Fighters Rip Out Rare Cuts Under Fake Name at Pop-Up Show

Plus, Queens' Roger Taylor joined Taylor Hawkins–fronted cover band Chevy Metal for "Under Pressure"

Beloved California rockers Foo Fighters took the stage yesterday for a special free pop-up show in advance of the San Bernardino Festival Cal Jam '18, performing as their alter ego the Holy Shits. They were joined by cover band Chevy Metal, fronted by drummer Taylor Hawkins, who kicked things off with renditions of rock & roll classics like Thin Lizzy's "Jailbreak" and the Knack's "My Sherona." They were also joined by Queen drummer Roger Taylor for a cover of Queen and David Bowie's quintessential collaboration "Under Pressure." Keeping the star-studded show rolling, Dave Grohl stepped up for his duties as part-time Chevy Metal guitarist on the set closer "Stay With Me" by Rod Stewart-fronted 1970s group Faces.

Transitioning then into the Holy Shits set, Grohl and Co. broke out some Foo Fighters deep cuts from throughout their extensive discography, including "Gimme Stitches" and "Low," ending the event on a high note by pulling out their massive 1997 hit "Everlong." The pop-up served as a preview for the upcoming October 5-6th festival featuring artists like Iggy Pop, Tenacious D, Garbage, Greta Van Fleet and more. A full line-up and ticketing info can be found on the official Cal Fest '18 website. Check out fan-filmed footage of all the action above and below.