Queens of the Stone Age share video honoring Anthony Bourdain’s birthday

Mike Pont/WireImageQueens of the Stone Age have shared a video honoring late celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain, who would've celebrated his 63rd birthday Tuesday.

The clip features a number of musicians -- including QotSA frontman Josh Homme, who was good friends with Bourdain -- wishing you a happy "Bourdain Day." Other artists who show up in the video include Jack White and The Raconteurs, Royal Blood's Mike Kerr, The Kills' Alison Mosshart, The Strokes' Nick Valensi, Homme's wife Brody Dalle and Arctic Monkeys' Matt Helders.

"A reminder that today is International Bourdain Day!" the video's caption reads. "A day to celebrate what was & make what is, exactly what it should be!!! Hallelujah!!!! So join us, toast a truthful modern pioneer: Our friend & fellow traveler, Anthony Bourdain."

Bourdain died by suicide June 2018. He was 61.

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