Foo Fighters release festive rendition of 'Run Rudolph Run' | The Music Universe

Chuck Berry classic was debuted during Amazon Music Holiday Plays performance

Tuesday night (Dec 15th), Foo Fighters captured rock ’n’ roll lightning in a bottle with in their raucous final installment of Amazon Music’s Holiday Plays, the three-part holiday concert series hosted by Lil Nas X. Foo Fighters’ performance featured a career-spanning set of classics from the band’s 25-year career, and is currently available to be streamed for a limited time.

The performance featured some of the Foo Fighters’ quintessential tracks, including “Learn to Fly,” “Times Like These,” and “Best of You.” The band also performed their Billboard Rock Airplay No. 1 single, “Shame Shame” — first single from Foo Fighters forthcoming 10th album Medicine at Midnight. To close out their set, the band debuted a festive cover of “Run Rudolph Run,” originally made famous by rock ’n’ roll legend Chuck Berry in 1958. The band’s cover is currently available to download and stream only on Amazon Music, and is featured on the Amazon Originals – Holiday playlist. Customers can also simply ask, “Alexa, play the Foo Fighters song from Holiday Plays” in the Amazon Music app for iOS and Android and on Alexa-enabled devices.

Holiday Plays premiered earlier in December with a set from trailbazer Miley Cyrus, who debuted her first performance since the release of her new album Plastic Hearts via RCA Records. Cyrus’ entry in the Holiday Plays series included a mix of songs from the album, including “Prisoner” and “Plastic Hearts,” in addition to a reimagined version of Wham!’s holiday classic hit, “Last Christmas.” Viewers also witnessed the world premiere, live performance of Lil Nas X’s new single, “Holiday.”

Rising R&B sensation Kiana Ledé followed Miley Cyrus’ performance with a Holiday Plays set that featured fan favorites “Plenty More” and “Second Chances” off her debut album, Kiki. Ledé’s set also featured a riveting performance of her breakout single, “Ex,” as well as her brand-new Amazon Original cover of “The Christmas Song,” the studio version of which can be only heard on Amazon Music.