Miley Cyrus unleashed her inner rock star during the virtual Save Our Stages Fest in Los Angeles on Saturday (Oct. 17).
Flanked by a six-piece band, the 27-year-old singer took the stage at the historic West Hollywood rock club Whisky a Go Go to help raise money and awareness for the plight of independent music venues forced to indefinitely close because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Despite playing to an empty room, Cyrus and her band rocked out to covers of The Cure's "Boys Don't Cry" and The Cranberries' "Zombie" during their 13-minute performance, which was streamed live on YouTube. Cyrus closed out her set with a passionate delivery of her latest single "Midnight Sky." Watch below.