Throughout the 12-12-12 Concert for Sandy Relief at New York City's Madison Square Garden, a monumental bulk of talent occupied the grand stage. During the charitable event, which lasted for over five hours, legendary artists such as Bruce Springsteen, the Who and the Rolling Stones performed for a worldwide audience, but the true highlight of the night was the collaboration between Beatles legend Paul McCartney and Nirvana members Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear (touring member) on the new song 'Cut Me Some Slack.'

Earlier in the day, there were rumors that McCartney would be singing the late Kurt Cobain's parts for some Nirvana covers, but the collective instead performed an original track that they had written during a jam session for Dave Grohl's upcoming 'Sound City' documentary. Bassist Krist Novoselic tweeted earlier that the song was "kind of 'Helter Skelter' meets 'Scentless Apprentice.' It rocks with a heavy groove. St. Paul is powerful."

'Helter Skelter' ended up being the first song performed by Sir Paul, followed by 'Let Me Roll It,' 'Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five' and 'Blackbird' among others before the one-time Nirvana musicians joined the Beatles legend. Throughout the 12-12-12 show, the official Foo Fighters Twitter page had been posting pictures of single letters in succession, eventually spelling out, "Cut Me Some Slack."

Rocking an cigar box guitar and a glass slide, McCartney showcased his trademark howl in the new track 'Cut Me Some Slack,' which mixed a heavy Nirvana sound with a 'Helter Skelter' attitude. The band was so incredibly tight, you would have sworn that the group were playing together for years. Grohl, in particular, was a beast on the drums. (Watch a clip of the performance below.)

The song was genuinely mind-blowing, and the good news is that it will be the first cut on the soundtrack to Dave Grohl's 'Sound City' documentary, according to a Foo Fighters tweet after the performance.

Before McCartney's performance with the members of Nirvana, the audience was gifted with the voice of Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder earlier in the night. The singer took a spot next to Pink Floyd legend Roger Waters to sing the rock anthem 'Comfortably Numb.' Vedder's voice fit perfectly within the Pink Floyd standard, offering a diverse cadence to the track while switching back and forth with Waters.

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Watch a 30-Second Clip of McCartney + Nirvana Members Performing


Watch Dave Grohl & Krist Novoselic Talk About The Jam Afterward