Alice In Chains’ Jerry Cantrell Covers Pink Floyd & More At ‘Acoustic-4-A-Cure’ Benefit Show


Alice In Chains guitarist/vocalist Jerry Cantrell was present for the ‘Acoustic-4-A-Cure‘ benefit show this weekend in San Francisco, CA. Funds from the performance are headed to the pediatric cancer program at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital. In addition to performing with Metallica‘s James Hetfield, Cantrell played three songs in a set of his own, including Alice In Chains‘ “Brother” with Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith and Bryan Kehoe (Duo de Twang) was also onhand. Pink Floyd‘s “Wish You Were Here” and The Rolling Stone‘s “Dead Flowers” were also covered.

Should you have missed the news earlier in the week, Alice In Chains are apparently working on a new album, while Cantrell will be guesting on the new Deftones album.

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