Watch: Metallica performs half-acoustic, half-electric livestream gig for charity
Metallica took to the virtual stage on Saturday (14 November) to perform in support of their charitable All Within My Hands foundation. The Helping Hands concert was split between both plugged and unplugged performances.
The show comprised an eight-song acoustic set (previewed above), as well as a six-song electric one (previewed below). Among acoustic renditions of Blackened and Now That We’re Dead were also covers of Deep Purple’s When A Blind Man Cries and The Animals’ The House Of The Rising Sun.
100 per cent of funds raised by the gig was pledged to the All Within My Hands foundation, which supports several organisations, including Feeding America, Direct Relief, Live Nation’s Crew Nation, the Bartender Emergency Assistance Program, and MusiCare’s COVID-19 relief fund.
During the show, frontman James Hetfield expressed his gratitude to fans who attended, saying, “We’re super grateful to be a part of this and glad you’re here to witness it and be part of it as well.”
“All your help is very much appreciated. And the fact that we get to play is a big bonus, right? We get to play, we get to employ some people here, we get to help out. It’s a win-win-win everywhere.”
Meanwhile, tickets (for replays of the show) and exclusive merch are still available to purchase via the event’s page.
Take a look at what Metallica played at the show below:
When A Blind Man Cries (Deep Purple cover)
Now That We’re Dead
Turn The Page (Bob Seger cover)
Nothing Else Matters
All Within My Hands
House Of The Rising Sun (The Animals cover)
Wasting My Hate
For Whom The Bell Tolls
Master Of Puppets
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