The Foo Fighters started their week-long residency on 'Late Show With David Letterman' by paying tribute to Black Sabbath, but for their second night, they stayed much closer to home, teaming up with Heart for a rendition of the Seattle legends' 'Kick It Out.'

The performance (which you can watch above) is just one part of the mad flurry of Foos-related activity surrounding the band's new 'Sonic Highways' HBO series (debuting Oct. 17) and album (due in stores Nov. 10). As previously reported, they'll also be streaming a free concert on Facebook on Oct. 17 -- and if their Oct. 14 appearance at New York City’s McKittrick Hotel is any indication, fans can keep their fingers crossed for a few special guests in the bargain.

Diffuser reports that Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins were on hand to help celebrate the release of photographer Danny Clinch's new book, 'Still Moving,' and they were far from alone: Jesse Malin and Jane's Addiction/Porno for Pyros frontman Perry Farrell were also part of a star-studded evening that included raucous covers of Bob Dylan's 'From a Buick 6' and the Rolling Stones' 'Sympathy for the Devil' and 'Miss You.' Check out Grohl and Farrell's version of 'Miss You' below, and watch more fan-shot footage from the evening here.

Dave Grohl and Perry Farrell Perform 'Miss You'