What would a “Grease” cover be without John Travolta?
That’s exactly what the Foo Fighters thought during their set at the Welcome to Rockville music festival in Florida on Sunday night. The band started to play the “Grease” hit “You’re The One That I Want” when Travolta trotted on stage, gave a quick wave and sauntered off again.
The crowd went wild for Travolta, who was in town filming the new Fred Durst-directed movie “Moose,” according to Stereogum.
At the same show, the band also brought out Billy Idol to cover John Lennon’s “Gimme Some Truth.”
The Welcome to Rockville festival was a three-day music festival in Jacksonville, Florida last weekend, and featured artists like Ozzy Osbourne, Avenged Sevenfold, Queens of the Stone Age and The Used.
See videos of the Foo Fighters’ performance below.
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