Signed Instruments from Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concerts Headliners to Be Auctioned for Charity

Taylor Hawkins continues to inspire and help musicians.

Individuals can reveal solely that marked musical things — some of which were utilized during the accolade concerts for the late Foo Contenders drummer — will soon go up for charity auction. C

ontinues from the auction, through Julien’s Auctions in coordination with the Hawkins family, will help MusiCares and Music Backing, raising assets for mental health and wellbeing initiatives for the music industry. The Hawkins Recognition Concert Collection parcels will be part of the “Icons and Symbols: Rock ‘N’ Roll” occasion on Nov. 11-thirteenth at Hard Stone Cafe in New York, featuring an assortment of marked guitars, cymbals and drum heads, among other instruments and accessories.

“MusiCares was honored to be the U.S. non-profit beneficiary for the Taylor Hawkins Recognition Concerts, and we are glad to partner with Julien’s Auctions on this incredible collection,” Laura Segura, leader head of MusiCares said in a statement. “We are dedicated to helping the humans behind the music because music gives such a great amount to the world, and this auction continues the beautiful celebration of Taylor’s life, and his monstrous contribution to the music industry.”

Two sold-out, star-studded (and very emotional) concerts were held — the first at Wembley Stadium in London on Sept. 3 and the second at Kia Forum in Inglewood, Calif. on Sept. 27 — after the Rowdy Hall of Famer died suddenly at the age of 50.

Marked things include a metallic blue Gibson Trini Lopez electric guitar, endorsed by Krist Novoselic and Dave Grohl, among others which is anticipated to net $8,000; a black John Paul Jones Signature Manson Electric Bass Guitar, played by Drove Zeppelin’s Jones during the recognition concerts, endorsed by Jones, Novoselic, The Cars Elliot Easton and others which is anticipated to net $5,000; a cymbal endorsed by Grohl, Joan Jett, the Police’s Stewart Copeland, Kesha and more which is anticipated to net $3,000; and a one-of-a-kind 2022 Ram Renegade Group Cab pickup truck uniquely underlying honor of Hawkins which is anticipated to net $80,000, according to the auction house.

“Julien’s Auctions is honored to offer these incredible pieces endorsed by the artists from the Foo Warriors and Hawkins Family’s unforgettable recognition concerts that celebrated the extraordinary creative force and light of the legendary music icon, Taylor Hawkins,” Martin Nolan, chief overseer of Julien’s Auctions said in a statement. “Additionally, we are eager to collaborate with our longtime partners MusiCares and Music Backing in this charity auction that will raise assets for critical mental health backing and wellbeing in the music local area.”

Registration is expected to offer and can be done in person at the exhibition, or online before the sale at the