Full video of Beck and Nirvana members covering David Bowie at pre-Grammy party now onine – watch

A full video version of 'The Man Who Sold The World' cover is now online

A full video clip of Beck playing with the living members of Nirvana, including Dave Grohl, to pay tribute to David Bowie at a pre-Grammy party last week, is now available online.

Previously, the cover of ‘The Man Who Sold The World’ had been caught from an amateur fan recording but today (February 16), the full video of the performance – featuring Beck, Pat Smear, bassist Krist Noveselic and Dave Grohl on drums – is now ready to view in it’s entirety.

Producer Clive Davis’ annual party held before the Grammys each year was held last Saturday night (February 14) and also brought performances from [a[Fetty Wap[a/], Melissa Etheridge, Barry Manilow, Carly Simon, Earth Wind & Fire, Chicago and Tori Kelly. You can watch the make shift band’s performance in the player above.

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Host James Corden referenced the plethora of talent watching in the room when he joked: “There’s more people in this room than have subscribed to Tidal in the past year.”

Adam Lambert and Jack Antonoff (Fun, Bleachers) ended the night with another Bowie tribute. The pair’s take on ‘Let’s Dance’ can be heard below.

The Weeknd won Grammy Awards for Best R&B Performance for ‘Earned It’ and Best Urban Contemporary Album for his album ‘Beauty Behind The Madness’. Watch his live performance below.

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