super duper group

John Paul Jones and Roger Taylor Join Foo Fighters for an Awesome Cover of ‘Under Pressure’

Bringing their rock-and-roll fantasy to life, the Foo Fighters formed a “super-duper group” this weekend when Led Zeppelin’s bass master John Paul Jones and Queen’s skin-beater Roger Taylor (not the same Roger Taylor from Duran Duran) joined the Fighters onstage to perform a cover of “Under Pressure” for Freddie Mercury’s birthday. Taylor Hawkins performed the late Mercury’s vocals while Dave Grohl barked his way through the David Bowie part:

Queen, Led Zep, Foo Fighters Form Super-Group