Miley Cyrus deep down has a love for rock and roll and she made that very clear on Saturday’s virtual festival for Save Our Stages.
Playing with her six piece band at Whiskey a Go Go, Cyrus belted out the Cranberries classic “Zombie” as well as The Cure’s “Boys Don’t Cry.”
Pointing out the importance of the venue, Cyrus said, “We’re here at the Whisky a Go Go, where so many of our favorite artists have begun their journey to be icons. And without venues like the Whisky, we might have never heard of artists like Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, Guns N’ Roses and thousands of other bands.”
Continuing on Sunday, Save Our Stages is looking to raise money and awareness for independent venues who are suffering due to the coronavirus.