Video: Dave Mustaine Covers Jimi Hendrix’s “Fire” and “Stone Free”

  • Axl Rosenberg

Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine is part of this year’s Experience Hendrix tour, on which a plethora of famous musicians perform songs by — you guessed it — Jimi Hendrix. This year’s other notable metal-friendly participants include Joe Satriani and Doug Pinnick from King’s X, but there’s also a ton of cool, notable non-metal-friendly participants, such as Jonny Lang, Eric Johnson, and Dweezil Zappa.

The trek began earlier this week in Clearwater, FL, so, naturally, fan-filmed footage has begun to emerge. Below, you can check out video of Mustaine and Jonny Lang performing “Fire,” as well Mustaine doing “Stone Free” with Billy Cox (Hendrix’s bassist) and Mato Nanji (Indigenous).

The experience Hendrix tour continues tonight in Jacksonville. Here are the remaining dates:

Mar 06: Jacksonville Florida Theatre, FL
Mar 08: North Charleston North Charleston Performing Arts Center, SC
Mar 09: Atlanta The Fox Theatre-Atlanta, GA
Mar 10: Nashville Schermerhorn Symphony Center, TN
Mar 11: Huntsville Von Braun Center, AL
Mar 12: Chattanooga Tivoli Theater, TN
Mar 14: Raleigh Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts, NC
Mar 15: Charlotte Ovens Auditorium, NC
Mar 16: Knoxville Tennessee Theatre, TN
Mar 17: Cincinnati The Taft Theatre, OH
Mar 19: Louisville Palace Theatre, KY
Mar 20: Madison Overture Center for the Arts, WI
Mar 21: Milwaukee Riverside Theater, WI
Mar 22: Chicago Theatre, IL
Mar 23: Detroit Fox Theatre, MI
Mar 24: Charleston The Clay Center, WV
Mar 26: Washington Warner Theatre, DC
Mar 27: Bensalem Xcite Center at Parx Casino, PA
Mar 28: Westbury Theatre At Westbury, NY
Mar 29: Newark New Jersey Performing Arts Center, NJ
Mar 30: Niagara Falls Seneca Niagara Casino, NY
Apr 01: Syracuse Landmark Theatre, NY
Apr 02: Red Bank Count Basie Theatre, NJ
Apr 03: Albany Palace Theatre, NY
Apr 04: Lowell Memorial Auditorium, MA
Apr 05: New Bedford Zeiterion Performing Arts Center, MA
Apr 06: Wallingford Toyota Presents The Oakdale Theater, CT

[via Classic Rock]

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