Duff McKagan And Pearl Jam's Mike McCready Play Hendrix Classics

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Duff McKagan And Pearl Jam's Mike McCready Play Hendrix Classics
Video has surfaced of one-time Guns N' Roses bassist Duff McKagan and Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready jamming on classic Hendrix tunes. The pair were performing as part of a tribute event to the legendary guitarist organized by Seattle's Experience Music Project that took place on November 17th. Along with drummer Barrett Martin and vocalist Brandi Carlisle, the pair ran through the Hendrix classics "Voodoo Chile" and "Machine Gun".
The concert was arranged to coincde with the "Hear My Train A Comin': Hendrix Hits" London exhibition that the EMP has recently launched, which features lyrics, personal instruments, original photographs, outrageous outfits, and rare concert footage, while inviting viewers to discover how Hendrix achieved prominence across the pond. Also appearing at the concert were Jimi's bandmate and friend Billy Cox, as well as guitarists Ian Moore, Ernie Isley (Isley Brothers), Eric Gales (Lauryn Hill), Vernon Reid (Living Colour), Brandi Carlile, Audley Freed (Sheryl Crow), Jeff Fielder (Sera Cahoone, Mark Lanegan), Barrett Martin (Walking Papers, Screaming Trees, Mad Season), and drummer Mike Musburger (Fastbacks, Posies).
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