Foo Fighters decided to turn it up a notch for their recent Madison Square Garden live show by inviting comedian Dave Chappelle to join them and sing Radiohead’s hit “Creep.”
A fan-made clip posted on social media shows Foo Fighters’ frontman Dave Grohl talking to the crowd and telling them the group wanted to do something special for this gig. Several moments Chappelle arrives on the stage and proceeds to channel his inner Tom Yorke for a respectable delivery of the ’90s classic.
Check out the video below.
Interestingly, this wasn’t the first time Dave Chappelle covered “Creep,” which apparently became his go-to track when he’s in the mood for singing. As Rolling Stone points out, Chappelle previously delivered a rendition of the song during Erykah Badu’s birthday party in 2016 and sang it with Ed Sheeran at one afterparty in Washington, D.C., a year later.
Foo Fighters had several other crowd-pleasing moments during the concert. This included the group covering Bee Gees’ “You Should Be Dancing,” and Queen’s “Somebody to Love,” with drummer Taylor Hawkins and Grohl swapping places for the latter one.
Following the MSG concert, the band is scheduled to embark on a tour across the United States in July and August while previously revealing plans to add “many more” shows after that.