Bono came down to the The Living Room in New York to sing a song with his fellow songwriter Glen Hansard, last Tuesday May 8th. They both sang “The Auld Triangle”—a modern Irish anthem written in the early ’60s by Dominic Behan.

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WATCH: Bono Performs with Team of A-Listers on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'

December 3, 2017

Tuesday night’s episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live was dedicated to (RED), which was co-founded by U2’s Bono in order to help fight AIDS.

So, in keeping with the show’s theme, “The (Red) Pack”—made up of Jimmy Kimmel, Kristen Bell, Bono, Ashton Kutcher, Rita Wilson, DJ Khaled, Bryan Cranston, and Diddy—took to the stage to perform “We’re All Going to Hell.”

The song was originally written last year with help from Brandon Flowers of The Killers, but it’s back by popular demand—because who doesn’t love watching their favorite celebrities sing a self-deprecating tune for a good cause?

At another point in the night, Bono and Chris Martin played Frank Sinatra’s classic “One For My Baby” while Sean Penn served cocktails. Watch the incredible cover below!

And finally, Bono ended a years-long pact, going against everything he stood for as a teen, all for the sake of charity.