Taylor Hawkins‘ son is honoring his late father by taking to the drum set to perform some of his most iconic songs.

Shane Hawkins stepped up at a block party in the city of Laguna Beach, California this past week and sat in on drums with a local band called The Alive. The move brought music fans all kinds of heartfelt emotions, as it gave them a chance to remember Taylor’s incredible impact on rock and roll prior to his untimely death in late March of this year.

With the 16-year-old boy giving the beat, the band covered the Foo Fighters‘ iconic hit song My Hero. A TikTok video posted late last week shows the evening event happening as part of a block party in the beachside town for the Fourth of July. In the clip, Shane can be seen sitting at the drum set atop a garage in front of a throng of cheering fans and partygoers. In the clip, he plays the track’s pounding intro solo before the band’s lead singer jumps in with the first verse’s lyrics.

Ch-ch-check it out (below):

The hawk wouldve been proud ???? #taylorhawkins #foofighters #fyp

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