Yungblud Says ‘Rock N’ Roll Aint Dead’ As He Posts A Photo With Machine Gun Kelly, Tommy Lee Reacts

Pop-punk musician Yungblud shared a post on his official Instagram page revealing numerous pictures with other musicians such as Tommy Lee, Machine Gun Kelly, Avril Lavigne, and more for his live streaming show ‘The Yungblud Show Live,’ as part of YouTube’s Music Nights series.

As many of you might know, ‘The Yungblud Show’ first streamed on March 16, 2020, as a virtual performance due to the coronavirus pandemic. The performance benefits National Independent Venue Association (NIVA)’s Emergency Relief Fund and streamed through YouTube.

Recently, after the new episode, Yungblud shared a post on his official Instagram page sharing pictures from ‘The Yungblud Show Live’ with each guest musician, starting from Machine Gun Kelly. In the caption section, Yungblud stated that rock and roll is not dead and the musicians in the live streaming show are the living proofs for this.
Here is what Yungblud said:

rock n roll ain’t fuckin dead !!! fank you and good night! BHC you have my heart we all came together and it was beautiful!!! ill love you all of my life !!! 🖤☠️🖤 #theyungbludshow

Since he was a guest musician at ‘The Yungblug Show Live,’ Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee also reshared Yungblud’s post on his official Instagram page, showing his support for the musician’s successful live streaming show along with agreeing with the fact that rock and roll is still alive.

You can see Yungblud’s post here and Tommy Lee’s right here.