Many of music’s biggest lights came out to shine in the name of Taylor Hawkins.

On Monday night, the late drummer’s Foo Fighter bandmates held another memorial concert in Los Angeles, featuring performances by Miley Cyrus, Pink, and many more.

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Cyrus teamed up with classic English rock band Def Leppard for a rendition of their 1983 smash “Photograph”.

Pink, meanwhile, performed with Queen and Foo Fighters, singing “Somebody to Love”.

She and the Foo Fighters also got together with Nancy Wilson for a performance of the classic “Barracuda”.

Morissette partnered with Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith to perform her own ’90s smash “You Oughta Know”.

Before joining Foo Fighters, Hawkins played drums for Morissette on her “Jagged Little Pill” world tour in the mid-’90s.

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Follow Canadians Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson were also on hand to team up with Grohl to perform a set of Rush classics, “2112 Part I: Overture”, “Working Man” and “YYZ”.

Dave Chappelle was also on hand, surprising the audience by joining the Foos to perform the Radiohead song “Creep”.

And finally, Hawkins’ son Shane was back onstage, playing “My Hero” with the Foo Fighters.

Other performers at the tribute concert included Mötley Crüe, Cars, Lars Ulrich, Taylor Momsen, and others.

Earlier in September, the Foo Fighters hosted another tribute concert for Hawkins in London, featuring some of the same performers, along with acts like Paul McCartney and Liam Gallagher.