Over the weekend, Guns N’ Roses headlined BottleRock where they recruited Dave Grohl to help them close out the show.
On Saturday night in Napa, Guns N’ Roses brought out Grohl to perform “Paradise City.” The epic performance saw Dave Grohl taking to guitars and backup vocals. “Paradise City” closed out Guns N’ Roses’ whopping two-and-a-half-hour set.
By the end, the festival unplugged them because they went over curfew. Promptly at 10:00, promoters cut the sound halfway through the song. Despite being cut off, the band played out the hit with full energy, as the crowd screamed along to the anthemic single.
Watch footage of Dave Grohl and Guns N’ Roses’ performance of “Paradise City” below.
In addition to Dave Grohl and Guns N’ Roses, BottleRock boasted some pretty big names. In fact, Miley Cyrus delivered an amazing performance of Janis Joplin’s version of “Maybe.”
Cyrus adds her own take to Joplin’s cover of the 1969 tune by The Chantels. Throughout the performance, Cyrus delivers her distinctive wails atop a jazzy, guitar-driven instrumental line.
“This song, to me, relates to the changes that I’ve been experiencing in my life, and the things that I’ve lost have come back in what I never knew I wanted or needed to gain,” Miley Cyrus says before performing. “Even though sometimes it feels like we have to start from nothing, like with the house fire, and completely rebuild… That fire was almost three years ago and I’m just feeling like I’m starting to find my stability now. And so I want everyone to be patient. Nothing worth anything happens overnight, it takes a lot of fucking effort and resilience.”
Check out Miley Cyrus’ performance of “Maybe” here.