Guns N' Roses, "Paradise City" (2017)
After Nirvana feuded with Guns N' Roses in the early Nineties, the two camps reached a détente in the years after Kurt Cobain's death. In 2016, Axl Rose borrowed Grohl's custom throne – which he'd built after he broke his leg onstage – for a run of gigs after the GN'R singer injured his foot. The band welcomed Grohl onstage at the Tulsa, Oklahoma, date of its Not in This Lifetime Tour the next year for a rendition of "Paradise City," which found Grohl singing and playing guitar. When he came onstage, he tried to join bassist Duff McKagan on his mic, but the bassist showed him that he had his own stand. Once in position, he sang along and bashed away at his guitar until the end when he gave Axl Rose a big hug.