Acoustic METALLICA Available On iTunes

iTunes has released the second volume of acoustic performances from the Bridge School Benefit concerts held annually in the Bay Area... and two of the songs are from METALLICA! "Fade to Black" and "The Four Horsemen" were recorded at Shoreline Ampitheatre, Mountain View, CA, in October of 1997 when the band performed at the yearly benefit. The only place you will be able to buy these songs is on iTunes!

The Bridge School, founded by Neil Young and his wife Pegi, educates children with severe physical and speech impairments. The most recent concert held in October celebrated the 20th anniversary of the musical gathering.

The set released yesterday (Nov. 14) on iTunes includes music from more than fifty artists. Along with METALLICA you can find tracks from BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN, GREEN DAY, R.E.M., RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS, PEARL JAM, and more. All label proceeds will go to the Bridge School.

Click here to purchase these songs today.


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