ALICE IN CHAINS/MAYNARD KEENAN 2005 Live Video Posted Online
A video clip of the surviving members of ALICE IN CHAINS performing their classsic track "Rooster" with the help of TOOL vocalist Maynard Keenan, DAMAGEPLAN singer Patrick Lachman and HEART frontwoman Ann Wilson at a benefit for tsunami relief on February 18, 2005 in Seattle, Washington has been posted online at this location.
The benefit concert marked the first joint performance by ALICE IN CHAINS members Jerry Cantrell (guitar), Mike Inez (bass), and Sean Kinney (drums) since 1996. ALICE IN CHAINS ended in 2002 with the death of lead singer Layne Staley.
As previously reported, Cantrell, Inez and Kinney will be joined by COMES WITH THE FALL vocalist/guitarist (and member of Cantrell's touring band) William DuVall at the taping of an episode of VH1 Classic's "Decades Rock Live!", a tribute to HEART that will take place March 10 at the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City.
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