Metallica delivered a rare unplugged performance in San Francisco, California over the weekend. They played a 12-song acoustic set as part of a show celebrating the anniversary of their All Within My Hands charity foundation at the Nob Hill Masonic Auditorium.
Along with playing some of their own songs, including an acoustic rendition of their hit “Enter Sandman,” the band treated the crowd to some covers. They performed renditions of Deep Purple’s “When A Blind Man Cries,” “Veteran of the Psychic Wars” by Blue Oyster Cult, “Turn The Page” by Bob Seger, and Nazareth’s “Please Don’t Judas Me.”
Fans are understandably used to seeing the band plugged in, which is obviously the norm for the band, as well. Before kicking off the set, frontman James Hetfield joked, “I’m not nervous at all.”
Source: Ultimate Classic Rock