WATCH: Dave Grohl kill it an underground pizza bar singing AC/DC Dirty Deeds

Thank you fan-captured footage, check out these legendary rock icons belting out AC/DC and The Stones.

A dynamic gathering of rock icons lit up the Rock N Roll Pizza Bar in Simi Valley last night, treating lucky attendees to an incredible performance. And if that doesn’t give you the jellies, nothing will.

Headlined by the enigmatic supergroup Chevy Metal, the night brought together Foo fighters’ Dave Grohl, Red Hot Chilli Peppers’ Chad Smith, and Janes Addiction’s Stephen Perkins, among others, for one hall of a jam session.

On August 21, the musical event showcased an exciting fusion of talents that had rock fans buzzing. The guest list included Gregg Bissonette and Shane Hawkins, son of late Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins, adding a poignant touch to the evening.

Videos shot by fans are already circulating, offering a sneak peek into the energetic vibe at the cozy California Pizza Bar. The setlist featured skillful covers of rock classics from legendary acts like The Rolling stones, Van Halen, Led Zepplin, and more. The intimate venue pulsed with energy, connecting performers and fans through every chord.

But this wasn’t just any cover band gig. Chevy Metal formed by Taylor Hawkins and Wiley Hodgden, has its own unique mark in music history. From backing Mick Jagger to sharing stages with stars, they’re celebrated for their collection of ’70s and ’80s hits, showcasing rock’s timeless appeal.

The intrigue of a Chevy Metalshow lies in the unexpected. No one knows which musical giants might grace the stage, creating an atmosphere of anticipation that keeps fans hooked. Last night proved this spontaneity leads to a genre-defying musical experience.