Red Hot Chili Peppers Pay Respects To Tom Petty With Chilling ‘Face In The Crowd’ Cover
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Chills. Just, pure chills….
Just one week ago, rock n’ roll lost one of its legends: Tom Petty. Tom passed away from a sudden massive heart attack last Monday at the age of 66 years old. It’s been a rough week for rock n’ roll, as people have been reeling from his death, and artists have been performing emotional tributes to the late-legend.
Over the weekend, the Red Hot Chili Peppers took to the stage at the Austin City Limits music festival, and for the encore of their set, guitarist Josh Klinghoffer played a beautiful, chilling cover of Petty’s “A Face in the Crowd.” Josh plays this by himself, and pulls off a beautiful, delicate solo before softly singing the lyrics. It’s incredibly beautiful, and any Petty fan will definitely love this, and we’re sure Tom would as well!
Check out the amazing cover down below, and let us know what you think!