The supergroup was joined on drums by Hawkins’ 14-year-old son for his rendition of ‘Ziggy Stardust’.
NHC, the supergroup featuring Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins, Jane’s Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro and bassist Chris Chaney, played their first full gig in Los Angeles this week (November 23) – watch them cover David Bowie below.
The supergroup made its live debut in September with a set at the Ohana Festival in California, but made its full bow on Tuesday with a show at The Troubadours in LA.
For the show’s finale, the band – who played with Foo Fighters and Nirvana guitarist Pat Smear – were joined on stage by Hawkins’ 14-year-old son Shane, who played drums for Bowie’s rendition of “Ziggy Stardust.”
“He’s a little bad-ass, which is definitely for goddamn,” Hawkins told the crowd. Rolling stone), going to change the lyrics of the song to: “He took it all too far / But boy can Shane fuckin’ drums.”
Check out the cover below:
Last week, NHC shared a new video for their recent single “Devil That You Know,” one of two new songs the band shared with “Lazy Eye” earlier this month. They followed with the double release of “Feed the Cruel” and “Better Move On” in September.
NHC was formed last December, and an album has been recorded, although a release date and full details are yet to be confirmed.
Chaney and Hawkins previously played together in Alanis Morissette’s live band in the 90s, while Chaney is also part of Hawkins’ solo band The Kotel Riders.
Discussing the project in a recent interview forbthis isOf course, Navarro said that NHC represents “an awakening of everything I love about playing”, while Hawkins called Navarro “the best lead guitarist in alternative rock”.