SYSTEM OF A DOWN frontman Serj Tankian, Richard Patrick of FILTER, Perry Farrell and his SATELLITE PARTY, ALICE IN CHAINS members Jerry Cantrell and new singer William DuVall, Mick Mars of MÖTLEY CRÜE, VELVET REVOLVER/ex-GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Slash, and Wayne Kramer of MC5 are among the musicians who joined RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE guitarist Tom Morello during a special December 13, 2007 performance to the 100-plus fans packed into Hollywood’s Hotel Café. As a send-off for his final gig of the year as THE NIGHTWATCHMAN, Morello assembled an eclectic group of music legends that jammed on inspired covers and collaborations for more than four hours.

To read Rolling Stone magazine's review of the gig, go to this location.

Watch fan-filmed video footage of the concert below (courtesy of "Desmadre44"):

"Dr. Feelgood" (featuring Mick Mars):

"Girl" (featuring Serj Tankian):

"Jailbreak" (featuring Jerry Cantrell, Slash)

"Hey Man, Nice Shot" (featuring Richard Patrick):

"Nutshell" (featuring William DuVall and Jerry Cantrell):

SATELLITE PARTY (featuring Tom Morello) - "Mountain Song"

William DuVall and Jerry Cantrell performing THE WHO's "Squeeze Box":


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