Foo Fighters Joined by David Lee Roth, Slash, Perry Farrell, Paul Stanley at Last-Minute Los Angeles Show

Image Courtesy of Ringo StarrOn Saturday, Foo Fighters hosted a star-studded concert in Los Angeles in honor of frontman Dave Grohl's 46th birthday, and an impressive number of rock and roll buddies showed up to help celebrate.  Among the many special guests to join the Foos onstage were David Lee Roth, Slash, Jane's Addiction's Perry Farrell, KISS' Paul Stanley, Motorhead's Lemmy, Tenacious D, Zakk Wylde, Alice Cooper, and former Queens of the Stone Age bassist Nick Oliveri, according to Rolling Stone.

The show opened with Stanley playing the KISS classic "Detroit Rock City" and "Do You Love Me?," which Grohl's old band Nirvana covered for a 1989 KISS tribute compilation.

Roth hit the stage to sing Van Halen's "Panama" and "Ain't Takin' 'bout Love" with the Foos, revealing during his appearance that he's shaved his head bald.  The night's other high-powered collaborations included Led Zeppelin's "Immigrant Song" with Tenacious D, and Jane's Addiction's "Mountain Song" with Farrell.  The show ended with a cover of Chuck Berry's "Let It Rock" with Slash and Lemmy.

The last-minute show, dubbed "An Evening with Foo Fighters in the Round," raised money to benefit Rock School Scholarship Fund, MusiCares and Sweet Relief. The latter two organizations provide assistance to musicians in need.

Foo Fighters will launch a full-scale North American tour this July in Washington, D.C.

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