The Breeders and Dave Grohl had been among the many particular company at Joe Walsh’s VetsAid live performance on Sunday, November thirteenth, and so they teamed up for a canopy of Pixies’ “Gigantic.”
Kim Deal — who co-wrote the 1988 single as a member of Pixies earlier than founding The Breeders — sang lead vocals, whereas Grohl completely shredded on guitar and contributed backing vocals. “Stunning,” mentioned Deal after closing out the efficiency.
Watch the fan-shot footage beneath.
The connection between Grohl and The Breeders goes method again. Within the early ’90s, The Breeders toured with Nirvana following the discharge of their 1990 debut, Pod, which Kurt Cobain named as a file that modified his life in a difficulty of Melody Maker.
Going down at Nationwide Enviornment in Columbus, Ohio, VetsAid 2022 additionally featured 9 Inch Nails and The Black Keys, together with what was billed because the “remaining efficiency” for Walsh’s pre-Eagles rock band James Gang. Each artist within the lineup had some connection to Ohio, with The Breeders hailing from Dayton and Grohl being born in Warren.
James Gang just lately reunited to play each of Foo Fighters’ tribute live shows in honor of the late Taylor Hawkins. In a latest interview with Consequence, Walsh mentioned Hawkins informed him “many occasions” that James Gang was “his favourite band in the entire world.”
A replay of VetsAid 2022 is obtainable for buy right here, with all internet proceeds going on to Ohio veterans providers charities. Priced at $19.99, it’s obtainable for rewatch 48 hours after buy.