Dave Grohl was joined by one of his favourite collaborators when he performed at the Autism Speaks: Into the Blue benefit gala in Los Angeles on Thursday night: his 12-year-old daughter Violet.
As NME reports, Grohl performed an acoustic version of Foo Fighters’ “Everlong” before welcoming his very special guest to the stage.
Father and daughter, however, didn’t perform one of Grohl’s songs, but instead went with a cover of Adele’s “When We Were Young”, with Violet handling lead vocals.
The duo followed that up with another cover, of Billie Eilish’s “idontwannabeyouanymore”.
A fan shared video of the daddy-daughter duet, declaring that Violet has “the voice of a f**king angel.”
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Update: Dave Grohl has a daughter, she is adorable, and she has the voice of a f*cking angel. (Also, their super cute rapport will make your heart melt right out of its cold black LA shell.) . . #davegrohl #violetgrohl #adele #billieeilish #foofighters #everlong #autismspeaks #autismawareness #fefffanclub
This isn’t the first time that the Foo Fighters frontman and his talented daughter have performed together.
Earlier this year, the Grohls performed the same song at a benefit for a California children’s hospital. Watch: