Foo Fighters Jam with Queen’s Roger Taylor, Tom Morello at Pre-Super Bowl Show: Watch


Little did they know that their gig can be the spotlight of an in any other case snoozy Super Bowl weekend. But, there the Foo Fighters have been lower than 24 hours earlier than the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams placed on a sleep-inducing defensive show at Super Bowl LIII, rocking a specifically constructed venue close to Atlantic Station with Run the Jewels for DirecTV's Super Saturday Night Show.

The gig, which streamed dwell on DirecTV and Twitter, had the Foos operating by their best hits ("Learn to Fly," "The Pretender," "My Hero," "Monkey Wrench"), together with quite a lot of particular company, together with jazz saxophonist Dave Koz, who ripped off a solo throughout "La Dee Da" and Queen drummer Roger Taylor sitting in for a spirited cowl of the David Bowie/Queen basic "Under Pressure," with vocals from Foos drummer Taylor Hawkins.

The present saved a 'rolling, with a head banging tackle Black Sabbath's "War Pigs," that includes Zac Brown and Rage Against the Machine's Tom Morello on guitar, with Brown including a twang to the heavy metallic basic amid the three-guitar assault. As if that wasn't sufficient, Foos chief Dave Grohl warned the gang, "this ain't no halftime shit, this a fucking good time shit proper now! Hold on... maintain on, it ain't over but motherfuckers."

Introducing him because the "one that is answerable for all of us being right here... the unhealthy motherfucker who made this shit potential," Grohl introduced on Jane's Addiction singer Perry Farrell. After some good-natured wrestling between Perry and Dave, bassist Nate Mendel kicked into Jane's' crushing "Mountain Song," with Morello, Brown and Grohl taking turns taking part in the music's titanic guitar elements.

Watch the Super Saturday night time present beneath.