See JELLY ROLL join LIMP BIZKIT for "Behind Blue Eyes" at Welcome to Rockville | Revolver

See JELLY ROLL join LIMP BIZKIT for "Behind Blue Eyes" at Welcome to Rockville

Country "angel" saved his brother Freddy D in Florida

Limp Bizkit played a big-time headlining set at Welcome to Rockville over the weekend, with that performance also landing a guest spot from contemporary country crossover phenom Jelly Roll. He and Fred Durst ended up dueting on The Who's classic "Behind Blue Eyes," which Bizkit first made their own in 2003.

The cover was a calmer moment in Friday's (May 10th) 11-song set, with the band working a faithful acoustic run-through of the Seventies-era acoustic strummer. Durst delivered his take on the tear-stained ballad centerstage, before praying to the heavens for a little extra help.

"I need you guys to help me pray right now," he ad-libbed mid-song. "Pray for an angel. I need an angel. I need an angel to come out here and save me. I mean anything. Drop something from the sky. I don't care what it is, just come out here please sweet angel. Come out here and save your brother Freddy D!"

That's when Jelly Roll came through in the clutch, and helped Limp Bizkit close the song. You can see the collab up above.

While the cover and duet made for a tender moment, the rest of Bizkit's set focused on nu-metal hits like "Break Stuff" and "My Generation." "Behind Blue Eyes" wasn't even the only cover of the night, with the group also delivering amped-up takes of Nirvana's "Heart Shaped Box" and George Michael's "Faith." You can see the full setlist down below via

Limp Bizkit 5/13/2024 setlist:
Break Stuff
Hot Dog
My Generation
Rollin (Air Raid Vehicle)
My Way
Behind Blue Eyes (with Jelly Roll)
Heart-Shaped Box
Take a Look Around
Break Stuff (reprise)


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