Miley Cyrus Performs “Photograph” During A Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concert Alongside The Foo Fighters And Def Leppard

At yesterday night’s (September 27) Taylor Hawkins tribute performance in Los Angeles, Miley Cyrus collaborated with the Foo Fighters and Def Leppard. At the Kia Forum, Cyrus took the lead vocals in an elaborate rendition of Def Leppard’s 1983 smash “Photograph” alongside the band’s leader Joe Elliott, with Dave Grohl and the rest of the band providing support.

The songstress was one of a number of well-known entertainers that skipped the September 3 Hawkins tribute at London’s Wembley Stadium. Following Justin Hawkins’ four-song set with The Coattail Riders, the late Foo Fighters drummer’s side project, she performed.

Hawkins founded the group in 2004, and they have since released three studio albums: their self-titled debut in 2006, Red Light Fever in 2010, and Get The Money in 2019. Justin joined The Coattail Riders to perform “Louise” (from the 2006 album) and “It’s Over” (from “Red Light Fever”) at the London tribute concert for the late Foo Fighters icon earlier this month.

They also performed “Range Rover Bitch” from Hawkins’ 2016 solo EP, “Kota.” The latter two songs were performed once more tonight, although ‘Louise’ was substituted for two covers: The Darkness’ own 2003 hit, ‘I Believe In A Thing Called Love,’ and ‘Something About You,’ by Level 42, which was sung with the frontman of the English jazz-funk band, Mark King.

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