Dave Grohl and Greg Kurstin 'Jump,' Break Out Keytar for Van Halen Cover

Musicians dedicate Night Four of their ‘Hanukkah Sessions’ to “Diamond Dreidel DLR”

Dave Grohl, Greg Kurstin

12/2/2021 7:10:00 AM

Dave Grohl and Greg Kurstin 'Jump,' break out keytar for their Van Halen cover. Watch the video

Musicians dedicate Night Four of their ‘Hanukkah Sessions’ to “Diamond Dreidel DLR”

continue to have a campy good time during their “Hanukkah Sessions,” where they cover a song by a Jewish artist for each night of the Festival of Lights. For Night Four, they offer up their rendition of Van Halen’s “Jump.”In their latest visual, the musicians imitate some of the moves from the band’s original

1984video, complete with some synchronized leaps, Grohl crawling on the ground and both of them hamming it up for the camera. Kurstin delivers a mean keytar solo to boot.“Quite possibly the loudest and proudest of hard rocking Jews, David Lee Roth has gone on record crediting his Bar Mitzvah preparation as his earliest vocal training,” the Foo Fighters frontman and producer captioned the video. “He became a rockstar the day he became a man: Diamond Dreidel DLR and Van Halen…with ‘Jump.'”

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Oh. My. God. Why no RUSH? I ❤️ this. What a fantastic version! Gotta love Dave Grohl! Such delectable goofiness. They should have gotten MichaelStarrr from Steel_Panther to sing. He would have killed it. Keytar? I thought those were called guitorgans... Dave Grohl is a National treasure. Fabulous, as always! I wish Dave Grohl lived next door. Cheers!

Such a great cover! 🙌🏻🙌🏻♥️

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Can't polish a turd. 👏 Excellent. rickyberwick Dave Grohl stealing ur thunder here Heck ya. Cant beat the cover. Great work DG Amazing I love Dave Grohl🐈 epic solo . Kudos Greg. Love it… 👍🎤🎹🥁 LOVE ryanmcmahon81

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Greg Kurstin continue to have a campy good time during their “Hanukkah Sessions,” where they cover a song by a Jewish artist for each night of the Festival of Lights. For Night Four, they offer up their rendition of Van Halen’s “Jump.” In their latest visual, the musicians imitate some of the moves from the band’s original 1984 video, complete with some synchronized leaps, Grohl crawling on the ground and both of them hamming it up for the camera. Kurstin delivers a mean keytar solo to boot. “Quite possibly the loudest and proudest of hard rocking Jews, David Lee Roth has gone on record crediting his Bar Mitzvah preparation as his earliest vocal training,” the Foo Fighters frontman and producer captioned the video. “He became a rockstar the day he became a man: Diamond Dreidel DLR and Van Halen…with ‘Jump.'” This year’s sessions have included their renditions of Barry Manilow’s “