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Michael Bublé Joins Foo Fighters To Sing ‘Haven’t Met You Yet’ At Outside Lands

Talk about a collaboration that nobody saw coming …
Foo Fighters
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Since the Foo Fighters returned to the road earlier this year, the band has performed a mid-set covers medley. The songs have varied (and mostly have leaned on new drummer Josh Freese’s previous bands), and recently, the Foos unexpectedly weaved in Michael Bublé’s “Haven’t Met You Yet.”

Last night (Aug. 12) at San Francisco’s Outside Lands, a festival at which attendees have come to expect the unexpected, rumbled along, the Foos brought up Bublé himself to join them on vocals on his 2009 single.

Watch fan-shot footage of the collaboration below.

In the past, the Foos have jammed with Brian May, David Lee Roth, Deadmau5, and even Rick Astley. However, bringing up Bublé may be the most surprising special guest performance yet.

See the full setlist below:

All My Life
The Pretender
No Son of Mine (with “Enter Sandman” and “Paranoid” riffs)
Learn to Fly
Times Like These
Sabotage / Enter Sandman / Whip It / March of the Pigs / Haven’t Met You Yet (with Michael Bublé)
My Hero
This Is a Call
The Sky Is a Neighborhood
Shame Shame (with Violet Grohl)
Show Me How (with Violet Grohl)
The Teacher (with Violet Grohl)
Best of You
Aurora (Dedicated to Taylor Hawkins)