Them Crooked Vultures Reunite for First Time in 12 Years at Taylor Hawkins Tribute live performance: Watch - Pitchfork

Them Crooked Vultures—the supergroup of Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme, Foo opponents' Dave Grohl, and Led Zeppelin's John Paul Jones—reunited for their first are living set in 12 years tonight at the Taylor Hawkins Tribute live performance, an all-big name demonstrate prepared with the aid of the Foo opponents to honor their late drummer Taylor Hawkins. Them Crooked Vultures played "Gunman" and covered Elton John's "Goodbye Yellow Brick highway" and Queens of the Stone Age's "long gradual Goodbye" for the event. As is normal, they have been joined through guitarist Alain Johannes onstage for the reveal. Watch a replay under.

The Taylor Hawkins Tribute live performance is still going on at London's Wembley Stadium and presently streaming reside on-line. Foo fighters opened the demonstrate with a cover of Oasis' "Rock 'N' Roll famous person" with Liam Gallagher on lead vocals and Dave Grohl on drums. automatically preceding that, Grohl gave an emotional speech in Hawkins' honor.

Nile Rodgers, the Pretenders, Kesha, Supergrass, Chris Chaney, and James Gang have already performed onstage at tonight's Taylor Hawkins tribute concert. nonetheless slated to operate are Nirvana's Krist Novoselic, Metallica's Lars Ulrich, Queen's Roger Taylor and Brian may, RUSH's Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson, AC/DC's Brian Johnson, and the Police's Stewart Copeland.

Hawkins died this March whereas visiting with Foo opponents in Bogotá, Colombia. His legit reason behind death has no longer been revealed. He was 50 years historic. within the days following his demise, Hawkins' pals Chad Smith (of pink hot Chili Peppers) and Matt Cameron (of Pearl Jam) discussed his final days. both friends later apologized for the rates they gave in an interview.

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