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Watch QTOSA performing Elton John’s “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road”

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Watch QTOSA performing Elton John’s “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road”

Queens of the Stone Age surprised the audience when they’ve played at The Forum on February 17, in a set that included a cover of Elton John’s “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road.”

For that number, along with several other encore performances, the band was joined by producer Mark Ronson, who helmed the Queens’ 2017 Villains LP. The song marked the third number in the encore set, following “The Vampyre of Time and Memory” and “Broken Box” — the latter of which received its first concert airing in over a decade.

Check it out:

While the Forum show was the first time Queens of the Stone Age performed “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road,” it isn’t the band’s first connection with Elton John.

See the setlist below:

“If I Had a Tail”

“Monsters in the Parasol”

“My God Is the Sun”

“Feet Don’t Fail Me”

“The Way You Used to Do”

“You Can’t Quit Me Baby”

“No One Knows”

“The Evil Has Landed”

“I Sat by the Ocean”

“Burn the Witch”

“Domesticated Animals”

“Make It Wit Chu”

“Smooth Sailing”

“I Appear Missing”

“Villains of Circumstance”

“Little Sister”

“Go With the Flow”

“The Vampyre of Time and Memory” (with Mark Ronson)

“Broken Box” (with Mark Ronson)

“Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” (with Mark Ronson)

“Un-Reborn Again” (with Mark Ronson)

“A Song for the Dead”

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