Malone, who sang and played the guitar, was joined by three socially distant band members, drummer Travis Barker from Blink 182, bassist Brian Lee and guitarist Nick Mack. The four played in different rooms at Post’s house in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The makeshift group performed 15 songs in an 80-minute series on Friday, including Nirvana classics like “Come as you are”, “About a Girl” and “Heart-Shaped Box”.
“Thank you to the gentlemen who wrote these beautiful songs,” said Malone before launching the concert with “Francis Farmer Will Have Her Revenge on Seattle,” a song from Nirvana’s latest studio album, “In Utero.”
Courtney Love, widow of Nirvana singer Kurt Cobain, congratulated the group for raising millions of dollars to help fight the coronavirus pandemic.
“Goosebumps … Go have a Post Malone margarita.” Nothing but love from here, “Love said on Instagram after the livestream.
Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselić shared his approval on Twitter, applauding Malone and Barker, and stating how proud he was of them.
Money raised at concert will help “ensure patients get the care they need, frontline workers get essential supplies and speed up efforts to develop vaccines, tests and treatments,” Post said. Malone on the YouTube video.
Google will donate up to $ 5 million in donations, and all proceeds will go to the Covid-19 Solidarity Response Fund of the United Nations Foundation for the World Health Organization.