Watch Dave Mustaine and Daughter Play 'Come Together' From Quarantine For a Good Cause

Dave Mustaine of Megadeth
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Dave Mustaine of Megadeth performs during the Stone Free Festival at The O2 Arena on June 16, 2018 in London.

Megadeth singer Dave Mustaine and his daughter Electra are spending their time in quarantine doing something good.

The dynamic duo posted a video of their jam session on the Beatles' "Come Together" from what looks like a home studio on Wednesday (March 25) for a good cause.

Mustaine, wearing a black face mask and matching wool cap -- the singer recently revealed that he got a clean bill of health after being diagnosed with throat cancer last year -- sits next to his daughter on a couch as she belts the tune over his distorted electric guitar strumming. ""Come together! Right now... QUARANTINE! Here’s a lil’ #MyMusicMoment with my dad, @davemustaine, someone who I’d never want to lose! THAT is why the Mustaine’s stay home," she wrote. "We hope you do too! Wash your hands, practice social distancing, & stay healthy."

Their performance was part of the Music Moments campaign from the Alzheimer's Association, which has brought together 10 acts for a collection of new and unreleased tracks that honor the "personal, emotional connection between music and the most important moments in life that we never want to lose."

The 10-track Music Moments compilation features songs from Anthony Hamilton, Sting, Lee Ann Womack, Jason Isbell, The Head and the Heart, Nile Rodgers & Chic, Joan Jett, Brett Eldredge, Band of Horses and Sharon Van Etten.

In the Insta of their performance, Electra explained, "The @alzassociation has put together a great compilation of music featuring award-winning artists, from Sting to Anthony Hamilton to Joan Jett to bring us all 'virtually together' during this time. Music is medicine! Visit to listen and watch the artists’ storytelling videos. Remember...we’re #InThisTogether!!"

Watch the Mustaines' performance below and check out the compilation.