JERRY CANTRELL Performs ZEPPELIN Cover On 'CMT Crossroads'

May 2, 2004

According to, former ALICE IN CHAINS guitarist Jerry Cantrell performed an "enthusiastic" cover of LED ZEPPELIN's "Rock and Roll" at the conclusion of last week's taping of "CMT Crossroads", featuring country singer Wynonna and rock band HEART. The invitation-only concert, which took place Thursday night (April 29) in Nashville at Belmont University, opened with Wynonna's Top 10 hit "Girls With Guitars", followed by several of her solo hits, HEART's classic rock songs and a selection from the band's upcoming studio album. The episode is scheduled to debut in July.

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