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Dave Grohl took part in a fun and funny performance of Seals and Crofts’s hit “Summer Breeze” at a recent charity event.

The event was organized by director Judd Apatow to benefit Victims First, an advocacy group for victims and survivors of mass shootings. The “Summer Breeze” performance featured Beck, Tenacious D and actor John C. Reilly holding down the vocals. And Grohl? Well, he would walk onto the stage, sing the song’s guitar riff after the chorus and leave the stage. He would then come back for each subsequent chorus.

Video of the performance can be viewed below.

 

Grohl has been working his way back to performing gradually since the untimely death of Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins in March. His first major appearance since Hawkins’ death took place in June when he joined Paul McCartney during his headlining set at Glastonbury.

The Foos have two major tribute concerts in memory of Hawkins scheduled for September.

Dave Grohl: 10 Outstanding Viral Moments

  • Impersonating Christopher Walken introducing the Foo Fighters as the musical guest on 'Saturday Night Live.'

  • When the Foo Fighters played a special show for the town of Cesena, Italy after their own viral mass jam of 'Learn To Fly.'

  • Falling off stage in Sweden and breaking his leg only to return and finish the gig.

  • His drum-off with Animal.

  • Fakes falling off the stage at the same venue where he fell off stage and broke his leg. 

  • Busking at Pike Place Market in Seattle with Brandi Carlile.

    Busking at Pike Place Market. Right where it all started so many years ago. Super special guest: Dave Grohl.

    Posted by Brandi Carlile on Saturday, April 20, 2019

  • Tipping $333 on a bar tab so the bill's total could be $666.

  • Chugs a beer on stage and almost falls off...again!

  • Brings guitar to a blind child to play with during Foo Fighters gig.

  • Playing 'Satan' during a 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' bit.

Erica Banas is a rock/classic rock news blogger who's well versed in etiquette and extraordinarily nice.