Foo Fighters were joined by Queen drummer Roger Taylor and Led Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones for an epic performance of “Under Pressure” at the Milton Keynes National Bowl last night, with the musicians forming a ‘super-duper-group.’ Jones played keys, and Taylor drummed, while Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins sang vocals.
Grohl said, “Now look, I don’t know if ya’ll ever seen a supergroup, this is a super-duper-group. I don’t even know what to say, because this kind of shit does not happen every day. Let me just tell you that the Foo Fighters right now are living out our rock and roll fantasy with you tonight, wouldn’t you say?
Taylor Hawkins agreed, “Fuckin’ aye.” Hawkins then told Roger Taylor to “go for it, you’re in charge.”
Dave Grohl said that Queen were the first band to perform at Milton Keynes, so it was fitting that Taylor was joining them. The performance also was a semi-Them Crooked Vultures reunion for Grohl and John Paul Jones.
Learn to Fly
Something From Nothing
Big Me (slow verson)
Eruption (Van Halen cover) (Snippet during band introduction)
I’m the One (Van Halen cover) (Snippet during band introduction)
Roundabout (Yes cover) (Snippet during band introduction)
Keyboard Solo (during band introduction)
God Save the Queen (Sex Pistols cover) (Snippet during band introduction)
Cold Day in the Sun
Under Pressure (Queen & David Bowie cover) (with Roger Taylor and John Paul Jones)
All My Life
Times Like These
This Is a Call
DOA (First time since 2012)
For All the Cows
Best of You