The Foo Fighters were joined by special guests John Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin and Queen drummer Roger Taylor at UK’s Milton Keynes National Bowl on Saturday for a cover of Queen’s 1981 hit, “Under Pressure.”
"Now look, I don’t know if ya’ll ever seen a supergroup, this is a super-duper-group,” said Dave Grohl. “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?"
The September 5 show was one of two the Foo Fighters played in Milton Keynes over the weekend with openers Iggy Pop and Royal Blood.
The group will play Edinburgh on September 8 before returning to North America for more fall dates on their tour in support of “Sonic Highways.”
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