Kourtney Kardashian was present on September 3rd to cheer on her husband Travis Barker as he joined the Foo Fighters on stage to pay respect to their late drummer Taylor Hawkins.

The Kardashians star opted for a full-on rock ‘n’ roll look for the big night, donning a stylish T-shirt that doubled as a mini-dress with Taylor’s face on the front over a black turtleneck and full-length gloves.

She completed the punk style with a mini-Balenciaga purse, black knee-high boots, and an enormous black belt with silver grommets.

Later, Kourtney, 43, posted pictures of the couple backstage on Instagram with just an eagle emoji as a comment.

“There’s my rock and roll girl”, along with three black heart emojis, was the prompt remark from her sister Khloe Kardashian on the photo.

Lead vocalist of the Foo Fighters, Dave Grohl, showed signs of emotion multiple times during the performance, which took place at London’s Wembley Stadium.

“Ladies and gentleman, tonight, we are gathered here to celebrate the life, the music and the love of our dear friend, our band mate, our brother, Taylor Hawkins. For those of you who knew him personally, you know that no one else could make you smile, or laugh, or dance, or sing like he could. And for those of those that admired him from afar, I’m sure you’ve all felt the same thing.” He informed the crowd while his voice was shaky.

During the Foo Fighters’ South American tour, Taylor passed away on March 25. Drugs were discovered in the musician’s system, according to the Colombian Attorney General’s Office, even though the cause of death was not made public. The situation is still being looked into.

The tribute concert’s A-List rock star lineup featured Paul McCartney, Supergrass, Stewart Copeland, Liam Gallagher, Chrissie Hynde, Joshua Homme, Geddy Lee, Nile Rodgers, John Paul Jones, Queen’s Roger Taylor and May, Lars Ulrich, Wolfgang Van Halen, Kesha, and others.

Additionally making special appearances were Taylor’s 16-year-old son Oliver Shane Hawkins, who played drums with the Foo Fighters on the song “My Hero,” replacing his late father, and Dave Grohl’s 16-year-old daughter Violet Maye Grohl, who sang two Jeff Buckley songs and joined Mark Ronson to perform a cover of “Valerie.”


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