See Jerry Cantrell Play "Brighten" at Intimate Grammy Museum Event | Revolver

See Jerry Cantrell Play "Brighten" at Intimate Grammy Museum Event

Backed by Greg Puciato, Tyler Bates and more

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In late 2021, Alice In Chains singer-guitarist and Revolver Fall Issue cover star Jerry Cantrell played an intimate show at Los Angeles' Grammy Museum to celebrate the release of Brighten, his first solo album in 19 years. The sold-out appearance featured a six-song set, storytelling, and a Q&A hosted by Curb Your Enthusiasm's Jeff Garlin, and it was broadcasted as a ticketed digital event "An Evening With Jerry Cantrell."

Today (January 12th), the grunge icon offered up video of one of the night's highlights — his performance of Brighten's title track and second single — on his official YouTube channel. The clip finds Cantrell backed by many of the musicians who appear on the LP, including score composer and producer Tyler Bates (300, John Wick), former Dillinger Escape Plan members Greg Puciato and Gil Sharone, as well as George Adrian, Vincent Jones and Michael Rozon. Watch above.

Cantrell is set to hit the road in support of Brighten on March 4th.