The Offspring recently wrapped up their Last the Bad Times Roll tour with two fellow pop-punk giants that they helped pave the way for, Sum 41 and Simple Planand when they stopped in Wantagh, New York for a sold-out Jones Beach show on Sept. 2, members of all three bands collaborated onstage.
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When the Offspring played “Why Don’t You Get A Job?,” they were joined on the playful, ska-leaning, “Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da”-sounding Americana standout by the singers of both other bands, Sum 41’s Deryck Whibley and Simple Plan’s Pierre Bouvier. Whibley also brought out his guitar, while Bouvier just sang, and the two of them traded verses with Dexter Holland before everyone joined in together to sing the choruses. Pro-shot video of the collaboration has officially been released, and it also shows how massive the crowd was for these three veteran pop-punk bands.
Check it out below.