WATCH: Foo Fighters Return With All-Star Charity Gig
19 October 2016, 12:55 | Updated: 30 November 2016, 09:45
Dave Grohl and co. rocked out with the likes of Jane's Addiction's Perry Ferrell and Sex Pistols' Steve Jones.
Foo Fighters ended their short-lived break by rocking out with the stars of KISS, Van Halen and Jane’s Addiction this weekend.
According to fellow rocker Sammy Hagar, the Saint Cecilia four-piece held a charity event this Saturday (16 October), playing some of their greatest hits including Learn To Fly, My Hero and Everlong.
Watch them perform hero below:
Foo Fighters!! pic.twitter.com/wxJUKvHShn— Miguel San Martin (@MigOnMars) October 16, 2016
As Alternative Nation reports, Hagan wrote on his blog: "Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols, KISS's Paul Stanley, Perry Farrell, Stewart Copeland, Lisa Loeb and some others joined the Foos for a crazy intimate (& at full volume, may I add) setting of a couple hundred donors for Dave Groll's annual fundraiser for improvements at the local schools."
See the full setlist of the night, which Hagan posted below:
After releasing their St. Cecilia EP and finishing their mammoth tour, the band decided to take a well-deserved break, which prompted rumours of a split.
However, the Foos hit back at the tabloids with a hilarious parody video, showing what they'd be up to if they had split, before denying all the claims.
Watch it here: