During Saturday's concert of Foo Fighters in Milton Keynes, UK, the band was joined by members of Queen and Led Zeppelin. Musicians played a cover for Queen and David Bowie's song "Under Pressure" in honor of Freddie Mercury’s birthday, who would have turned 69 years on September 5.
Dave Grohl and Foo Fighters’ drummer Taylor Hawkins sang the vocal parts of the song, Led Zeppelin’s John Paul Jones accompanied on keyboards with Queen’s Roger Taylor on drums. Above you can watch the fan-filmed video of the musicians joint performance.
"Under Pressure" was released on the album "Hot Space" in 1981.