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In addition to Miley Cyrus, last night’s #SaveOurStages lineup included Foo Fighters, Brittany Howard and the Roots.
Miley Cyrus performed a cover of the legendary Cranberries single 'Zombie', as well as the Cure's track 'Boys Don't Cry' to fundraise for NIVA's virtual Save Our Stages festival.
With a full band behind her at Hollywood's iconic Whiskey a Go-Go venue, the 'Midnight Sky' singer impressed viewers with a raucous version of the Limerick band's 1994 song - popularised by the late Dolores O'Riordan.
The Save Our Stages Fest aims to encourage donations to the NIVA Emergency Relief Fund, which directly supports vulnerable music venues during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The campaign has been put together to help get the bipartisan Save Our Stages Act passed, which would establish a $10billion small business association fund to support small venues.
Last month, Miley Cyrus covered Hall & Oates’ 'Maneater' on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. She also recently appeared on BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge, covering Billie Eilish’s latest single 'my future'.
The 27-year-old paid tribute to Whiskey a Go-Go during her set; a venue that helped give the likes of The Doors, Guns N’ Roses and Jimi Hendrix their big break on the Los Angeles music scene.
“Let’s do what we can to keep this historic landmark alive,” she stated in between tracks.
Watch the full performance of 'Zombie' at Save Our Stages festival below:
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