Just a couple of days ago, we showed you Seasick Steve’s great performance of Write Me A Few Of Your Lines, featuring Jack White, Alison Mosshart and John Paul Jones. As if that performance didn’t garner him enough media attention, last Sunday he played with another high-profile act: the Foo Fighters.
During two sold-out weekend shows at the Milton Keynes Bowl in England, Dave Grohl was joined by his Them Crooked Vultures bandmate John Paul Jones, and Seasick Steve, to perform Back In The Doghouse, from Steve’s upcoming album:
On the previous day, there was no shortage of special guests either. Here’s Bob Mould, to reprise his cameo on the song Dear Rosemary:
Also on Saturday, Queen’s Roger Taylor played drums on Cold Day In The Sun, as the Foos’ own drummer Taylor Hawkins sang:
And last but not least, Alice Cooper closed out Saturday’s special appearances with a rendition of his own song, School’s Out:
You can pick up Seasick Steve’s album in a variety of formats at his site.