Members of METALLICA, FOO FIGHTERS, PANTERA, SLAYER and STONE SOUR are among the musicians who took part in the Monster Energy Ride For Dime Dimebash 2016, a benefit honoring late PANTERA guitarist “Dimebag” Darrell Abbott, which was held last night (Friday, January 22) at Lucky Strike Live in Hollywood, California.

Fan-filmed video footage of the following performances is available below:

“Ace Of Spades” (MOTÖRHEAD cover)

* Philip Anselmo (PANTERA, DOWN, SUPERJOINT) – Vocals
* Dave Grohl (FOO FIGHTERS, NIRVANA) – Guitar
* Robert Trujillo (METALLICA) – Bass
* Dave Lombardo (SLAYER) – Drums

“Walk” (PANTERA cover)

* Philip Anselmo (PANTERA, DOWN. SUPERJOINT) – Vocals
* Dave Grohl (FOO FIGHTERS, NIRVANA) – Guitar
* Gary Holt (EXODUS, SLAYER) – Guitar
* Robb Flynn (MACHINE HEAD) – Guitar
* Phil Demmel (MACHINE HEAD) – Guitar
* Roy Mayorga (STONE SOUR) – Drums

“Wish You Were Here” (PINK FLOYD cover)

* Robb Flynn (MACHINE HEAD) – Vocals, Guitar
* Dave Grohl (FOO FIGHTERS, NIRVANA) – Guitar
* Eddie Veliz (KYNG) – Guitar, Vocals
* Roy Mayorga (STONE SOUR) – Drums

Prior to performing “Wish You Were Here”, Flynn told the audience: “Jerry Cantrell [ALICE IN CHAINS] and I have been rehearsing this song all week. Jerry Cantrell was supposed to be with us. He went to the emergency room, unfortunately, tonight, [so he] couldn’t be here. This song’s gonna go out to him. Dave Grohl was nice enough to fill in for him.”

Proceeds from the event were slated to benefit the Ronnie James Dio Stand Up and Shout Cancer Fund.

Ronnie James Dio Stand Up And Shout Cancer Fund is an organization that funds cancer research, cancer screenings and various cancer programs while supporting families that have loved ones suffering from the disease.

“I think the thing that embodies this event and entity is unity; bringing everyone together to celebrate the music played and loved by Darrell and to benefit the foundation of a very beloved man, Mr. Ronnie James Dio,” said Rita Haney, longtime girlfriend of Abbott and the person who knew him best. “Dimebag Darrell was notorious for giving us all so much, in some way, even to this day. So to be able to give back in his name is such an honor. With all of this amazing talent in one place, it makes for a damn good celebration! C’mon out and getcha pull!”

You can now donate any amount that you can afford to the Ronnie James Dio Stand Up And Shout Cancer Fund by going to Your generous donations will go to cancer research, cancer screenings and various cancer programs. Your donations will also help families that have loved ones suffering from this horrible disease that took Ronnie from us too soon.

Dimebag and his brother, drummer Vinnie Paul Abbott, formed PANTERA in the mid-eighties in Texas. The band recorded four independent albums before their 1990 major label debut, “Cowboys From Hell”, introduced a heavier sound and made them a favorite with metal fans. 1994’s “Far Beyond Driven” debuted at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 without benefit of a commercial hit single.

The group splintered in 2002 following the departure of volatile lead singer Philip Anselmo. Dime and Vinnie, as they were known to their fans, regrouped with DAMAGEPLAN, releasing the band’s debut album, “New Found Power”, in February of 2004.

Dimebag was shot to death along with three others during a DAMAGEPLAN performance at the Alrosa Villa nightclub in Columbus, Ohio in December 2004.

Dimebag was posthumously inducted into the Hollywood RockWalk in May 2007 in a ceremony attended by Vinnie Paul, their father Jerry Abbott and Dimebag‘s longtime girlfriend, Rita Haney, along with members of ALICE IN CHAINS, ANTHRAX, KISS, SLAYER and Ozzy Osbourne‘s band.