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Josh Homme Put On an Epic Benefit Concert with Dave Grohl, Chad Smith & More



Josh Homme hosted an all-star benefit concert in support of his Sweet Stuff Foundation at the Belasco in Los Angeles on Wednesday. Over the course of the evening, he welcomed friends and collaborators to the stage, including Dave Grohl, Beck, St. Vincent, The Kills, Chad Smith of Red Hot Chili Peppers Matt Helders of Arctic Monkeys, Jesse Hughes of Eagles of Death Metal, and more.

Not surprisingly, Grohl provided several highlights. He went head to head against Smith in a drum off, and briefly attempted to sing a duet of Simon & Garfunkel’s “Sound of Silence” with Homme. Later, after joking that he attempted to learn how to play Doja Cat’s “Paint the Town Read” to no avail, he instead debuted an entirely new song he wrote about Homme.

Other notable moments included tennis legend John McEnroe briefly trying his hand at covering Beck’s “Fume,” before giving way to Beck himself — who ended up playing “Summer Breeze” instead. Meanwhile, St. Vincent delivered a pretty stellar cover of Patsy Cline’s “Crazy.”

The evening also featured comedy from Bill Burr and Sarah Silverman (Barr also briefly played drums), a magic show, and a performance from Homme’s son Ryder’s band Vivant, who covered Black Sabbath’s “War Pigs” and Led Zeppelin’s “Immigrant Song.” To close the show, all of the night’s performers — as well as Homme’s mother — took the stage to sing “Hey Jude.”

Watch fan-captured footage below.

Dave Grohl’s New Song for Josh Homme

Dave Grohl vs. Chad Smith Drum Off

St. Vincent Covers “Crazy”

Beck Covers “Summer Breeze”



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