The 27-year-old musician performed at the famed Whiskey a Go-Go in Los Angeles alongside some of today’s biggest stars at a fan-less, streamed event. Aimed at raising funds for music venues deemed vulnerable because of revenue lost due to the Corona Virus pandemic closures and restrictions, the event brought in loads of attention. Included in her set was her new single “Midnight,” along with The Cure‘s “Boys Don’t Cry.”
The original version of “Zombie” is the Irish rock band’s biggest hit with the original music video earning 1 billion+ YouTube views, 778,942 single sales and 427 million streams on Spotify. Fans were left speechless after Cyrus’ performance of the 1993 classic and took to Twitter to share their enthusiasm.
Listing music legends like like Jimi Hendrix, Guns N’ Roses and The Doors that have performed at The Whiskey throughout the years, Miley mentioned the importance of the venue “Let’s do what we can to keep this historic landmark alive.”