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10 October 2017, 10:56
See Josh Homme and co. mix Everlong with their Feel Good Hit of the Summer anthem.
Queens Of The Stone Age gave fans an extra-special treat when they paid homage to their Foo Fighters pals at Cal Jam.
The rockers were playing their setlist favourite, Feel Good Hit Of The Summer, when Homme gave a nod to Foo's Everlong hit half-way through the track.
Watch the crowd go wild in a video shared to YouTube by Seth Mandel above.
Meanwhile, Foo Fighters shared the stage with Liam Gallagher and Aerosmith's Joe Perry at the same festival, surprising fans with a cover of The Beatles' Come Together.
Liam read the lyrics to the 1969 John Lennon tune from a huge piece of paper, before diving into the crowd. Watch the moment here:
Gallagher’s debut solo album, As You Were, was released on Friday (6 October) and is currently out-selling all the albums in the Top 20 combined.
Meanwhile, the lead track, Wall Of Glass has been named the third biggest selling single on vinyl by the Official Charts Company, behind David Bowie and The Smiths.
Photo and video credit: Seth Mandel