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Watch Alice In Chains’ William DuVall & Jerry Cantrell Cover “No Quarter” & “Living Loving Maid”

Photo credit: Paul Lorkowski

Video has been uploaded of Alice In Chains members William DuVall and Jerry Cantrell cover Led Zeppelin’s “No Quarter” and “Livin’ Lovin Maid” with Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan and Mad Season drummer Barrett Martin at the Founders Awards ceremony for Jimmy Page over the weekend in Seattle.

Alice In Chains members Jerry Cantrell and William DuVall, Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic, Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan, Soundgarden guitarist Kim Thayil, Mad Season drummer Barrett Martin, Paul Rodgers, and Cheap Trick guitarist Rick Nielsen performed at a tribute concert for Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page, with Page himself even joining in. Read the full setlist from the epic performance above.

Setlist:

[With Rich Robinson and John Hogg]
“Ten Years Gone”
“Custard Pie”
“Sick Again”
“Dazed and Confused”

[With Jerry Cantrell and William Duvall]
“When the Levee Breaks”
“Living Loving Maid (She’s Just a Woman)”
“No Quarter”
“How Many More Times”

[With Kim Thayil and Duvall]
“Immigrant Song”
“Communication Breakdown”
“Four Sticks”

[With Thayil, Hogg and Krist Novoselic]
“Out on the Tiles”

[With Hogg and Rick Nielsen]
“Happenings Ten Years Time Ago”

[With Paul Rodgers and Brian Wheat]
“Satisfaction Guaranteed”
“Radioactive”

[With all of the above, Jimmy Page and Paul Allen]
“Rock and Roll”

Watch Soundgarden, Nirvana & Alice In Chains Members Perform With Jimmy Page

Alice In Chains members Jerry Cantrell and William DuVall, Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic, Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan, Soundgarden guitarist Kim Thayil, Mad Season drummer Barrett Martin, Paul Rodgers, and Cheap Trick guitarist Rick Nielsen performed at a tribute concert for Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page, with Page himself even joining in. Watch videos below from the show.

Setlist:

[With Rich Robinson and John Hogg]
“Ten Years Gone”
“Custard Pie”
“Sick Again”
“Dazed and Confused”

[With Jerry Cantrell and William Duvall]
“When the Levee Breaks”
“Living Loving Maid (She’s Just a Woman)”
“No Quarter”
“How Many More Times”

[With Kim Thayil and Duvall]
“Immigrant Song”
“Communication Breakdown”
“Four Sticks”

[With Thayil, Hogg and Krist Novoselic]
“Out on the Tiles”

[With Hogg and Rick Nielsen]
“Happenings Ten Years Time Ago”

[With Paul Rodgers and Brian Wheat]
“Satisfaction Guaranteed”
“Radioactive”

[With all of the above, Jimmy Page and Paul Allen]
“Rock and Roll”

Alice In Chains, Nirvana, Soundgarden & Mad Season Members Jam For Jimmy Page

Jerry Cantrell (Alice In Chains), Kim Thayil (Soundgarden), Duff McKagan (Guns N’ Roses/Velvet Revolver), and Barrett Martin (Mad Season/Screaming Trees) performed together at a Jimmy Page tribute gig last night in Seattle. You can view photos of the rehearsal for the performance, and the performance itself below, including a photo of Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic and Alice In Chains singer William DuVall with Jimmy Page. Novoselic also shared photos with Alice In Chains drummer Sean Kinney, Paul Rodgers, and Cheap Trick’s Rick Nielsen. Chris Cornell’s daughter Lily filmed video of the performance, and was also photographed.

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Barrett Martin posted about the show on Facebook a few weeks ago: “The Seattle contingent is ready for the Jimmy Page Tribute on November 19th at EMP in Seattle. From left to right, Duff McKagan (Guns & Roses) on bass, Barrett Martin (Mad Season) on drums, Jerry Cantrell (Alice In Chains) on guitar, and Kim Thayil (Soundgarden) on guitar. I just gotta say, that was a whole lotta heavy in one room. 8 Led Zeppelin tunes from this particular group, and Barrett and Duff are the house rhythm section for the whole show. Zeppelin is the great church of rock & roll and Mr. Page is our high priest. We are honored to serve.”

Barrett also posted about the terrorist attack in Paris on Facebook earlier this week, “I love my city, Seattle, and I love Paris, a city I’ve visited and played music in many times. Today our Space Needle flew the French Tricolour and I couldn’t be more proud. Cities like ours, where music, art, and freedom are allowed to flourish, are bonded to each other in a sacred way. We love you France, we will be there for you, just as you have been there for us.”

Soundgarden, Alice In Chains & GNR Members To Honor Jimmy Page

According to Barrett Martin’s Facebook page, Jerry Cantrell from Alice in Chains, Kim Thayil from Soundgarden, Duff McKagan from Guns N’ Roses and himself will be performing at Seattle’s Experience Music Project to pay tribute to Led Zeppelin guitarist and rock n roll innovator Jimmy Page. Martin’s post reads:

The Seattle contingent is ready for the Jimmy Page Tribute on November 19th at EMP in Seattle. From left to right, Duff McKagan (Guns & Roses) on bass, Barrett Martin (Mad Season) on drums, Jerry Cantrell (Alice In Chains) on guitar, and Kim Thayil (Soundgarden) on guitar. I just gotta say, that was a whole lotta heavy in one room. 8 Led Zeppelin tunes from this particular group, and Barrett and Duff are the house rhythm section for the whole show. Zeppelin is the great church of rock & roll and Mr. Page is our high priest. We are honored to serve.

Martin and McKagan have particularly been involved a lot lately, doing multiple shows together as a rhythm section, including Mad Season reunions including one with Mike McCready and Chris Cornell earlier this year.

In our exclusive interview with Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready, he discussed the existence of certain unreleased Mad Season material:

I’m not sure what’s going to happen with the songs, they’re out there right now. We listen to them sometimes, but they may morph into something different that isn’t Mad Season, but we’re not sure yet. It depends on when we have the time, and the interest. We’ve been trying to do stuff with them, but hit a roadblock here and there, except for the Mark Lanegan stuff.