Foo Fighters members join up with Queen's Roger Taylor for a live rendition of 'Under Pressure'

Foo Fighters 28/08/2018

A pop-up show in L.A. on Sunday (Aug 26), saw Foo Fighter's Taylor Hawkins recruit Queen drummer Roger Taylor for a live cover of 'Under Pressure'   

And Queen's 1982 hit with David Bowie actually sounds bloody good bashed out by the Foos members and Taylor.

The pop-up show in a parking lot of the Hollywood Palladium was to promote the upcoming Cal Jam fest, and Roger Taylor joined Hawkins during his opening set for his covers band Chevy Metal. 

Fellow foo members Pat Smear and Nate Mendel were also up there jamming out.  
 Hawkins took on the Freddy Mercury vocals,  with Chevy Metal’s Wiley Hodgden covering the Bowie bits.

Check it out above.