Last week, Jerry Cantrell of Alice in Chains performed a pair of solo shows at the Pico Union Project in Los Angeles, California.
Ahead of the shows, Cantrell commented that he’d be “accompanied by some cool friends performing songs you might expect, others I haven’t played in quite a while and maybe even one or two that I never have.”
He stayed true to his word, performing with a band that included the likes of former The Dillinger Escape Plan and current The Black Queen vocalist Greg Puciato, drummer Gil Sharone and guitarist Tyler Bates, among others.
The grunge rock legend performed a varied setlist of songs from his back catalogue, including Alice in Chains classics like ‘Rooster’, ‘Would?’, ‘Down in a Hole’ and more, as well as Creedence Clearwater Revival and Elton John covers.
Watch a couple of clips taken from the show below. Alice in Chains’ last studio album was 2018’s Rainier Fog.