More video footage of METALLICA's October 30, 2009 performance at Madison Square Garden as part of the 25th-anniversary celebration of the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame can be viewed below. Joining the San Francisco heavy metal giants for the performance were Ozzy Osbourne (BLACK SABBATH), Ray Davies (THE KINKS) and Lou Reed joined METALLICA.
METALLICA's setlist was as follows:
01. For Whom The Bell Tolls
03. Turn The Page
04. Sweet Jane (w/ Lou Reed)
05. White Light White Heat (w/ Lou Reed)
06. Iron Man (w/ Ozzy Osbourne)
07. Paranoid (w/ Ozzy Osbourne)
08. You Really Got Me (w/ Ray Davies)
09. All Day And All Of The Night (w/ Ray Davies)
10. Stone Cold Crazy
11. Enter Sandman
Check out a review and photos at Metallica.com.
METALLICA was inducted into the Hall of Fame this past April.
Last night's show also featured U2, BECK, BUDDY GUY, ARETHA FRANKLIN, ANNIE LENNOX, LENNY KRAVITZ and JERRY LEE LEWIS.
Highlights of both nights' (October 29-30) Madison Square Garden concerts will be part of a four-hour broadcast next month on HBO.
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