In their first late-night network performance in more than 10 years, ALICE IN CHAINS appeared last night (Tuesday, September 29) on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live!". The much-buzzed-about event kicked off on the Bud Light Outdoor Stage — the largest outdoor stage among the late night talk shows — with an electrifying performance in the middle of Hollywood.
Footage of ALICE IN CHAINS performing the songs "Check My Brain" and "Would?" on last night's "Kimmel" broadcast can be viewed below. (Note: The program only included a portion of "Would?", but the complete version is available here.)
On Wednesday, September 30, ALICE IN CHAINS will perform a special intimate acoustic set on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"'s indoor lobby stage. The performance will once again include one song from new album "Black Gives Way to Blue" and one classic hit. The September 30 show will spotlight new acoustic track, "Your Decision".
ALICE IN CHAINS's new album, "Black Gives Way to Blue", was officially released yesterday. The CD was recorded with producer Nick Raskulinecz (FOO FIGHTERS, RUSH) at the Northridge, California studio of FOO FIGHTERS frontman Dave Grohl.
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