Slash and Black Crowes team-up with the Aussies

Jet played a star-packed club show in Los Angeles on December 10.

Performing at their favourite venue in the city – and the home of Club NME: Los AngelesSpacelands, the band were joined onstage by a host of local talent, including former Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash.

Opting to play tracks from their albums ’Get Born’ and ’Shine On’ that do not usually feature in their live set, Jet ran through the likes of ’Radio Song’, ’Timothy’, and ’Come Around Again’ before being joined by their famous guests.

Firstly the band recruited the Waters Sisters, who sang on Jet’s last album, for ’Shine On’ and ’All You Have To Do’, before being joined by Slash.

The Velvet Revolver man linked up for a cover of the Rolling Stones’ ’Salt Of The Earth’.

The Aussies were then joined by the Black Crowes’ Chris Robinson, who sang on ’Be My Baby’.

The singer then performed a cover of The Faces’Miss Judy’s Farm’ with Jet, which also saw Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones – now a Los Angeles radio DJ – joining in.

Jet concluded their all-star show by returning to The Faces, getting all their guests back on stage for a roof-raising version of ’Ooh La La’.

As previously reported, Jet are set to tour the UK in March.

–By our Los Angeles staff.

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