Numerous celebrities have paid tribute to the late Anthony Bourdain, who was found dead on Friday in an apparent suicide.
As the tributes continue, rock band Queens of the Stone Age honoured the “Parts Unknown” host during their performance on Friday at Denmark’s Northside Festival, dedicating their song “Long Slow Goodbye” to the superstar chef, author and TV personality.
“Sometimes you lose somebody, and today we lost somebody,” the band’s Josh Homme told the crowd from the stage. “So this is for Tony.”
The band had a long association with Bourdain that began when Homme and former Screaming Trees band mate Mark Lanegan appeared on Bourdain’s travel series “No Reservations” back in 2011. Lanegan and Homme later collaborated with Bourdain on the theme song for his CNN series “Parts Unknown”.
Queens of the Stone Age and Lanegan expressed their grief on social media.
The band’s tribute to Bourdain can be seen at the 46-minute mark in the video above.