It was quite the meeting of the musical minds on New Year's Eve at Mala Wailea, an oceanfront eatery in Hawaii. Aerosmith vocalist Steven Tyler and master parodist 'Weird Al' Yankovic joined veteran shock rocker Alice Cooper on stage at a benefit show, the proceeds of which were donated to the Maui Food Bank and the Maui Arts & Cultural Center.

Tyler and Yankovic sang 'Come Together,' the classic Beatles song that Aerosmith covered on the 1978 soundtrack for the ill-fated Bee Gees film, 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.' Is it us or does 'Weird Al' look at home playing the rocker role? He's built an amazing career by twisting pop and rock songs, but he's also got charisma when performing with A-list rock stars.

Tyler stuck around to sing 'Sweet Emotion' and 'Walk This Way,' both '70s classics from Aerosmith.

Watch Steven Tyler, Alice Cooper, and 'Weird Al' Performing 'Come Together' Video

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