Dave Grohl Releases Live Version Extended From 23 Minutes Instrumental, Play
Dave Grohl (Instagram @foofighters)

JAKARTA - Dave Grohl released an extended live version of his 23-minute instrumental number, Play.

Present on December 1, the show was taken from footage of Warren Haynes' 30th Annual Christmas Jam charity concert, which took place on December 7 and 8, 2018 in Asheville, North Carolina.

36 minutes long, this release documents the song's live debut, and serves as the first official live recording of the instrumental.

Live Play version features Foo Fighters vocalist back behind the drum kit and joins multi-platinum producer Greg Kurstin on keyboard, Jason Falkner (guitar), Alain Johannes (guitar) from Them Crooked Cultures, Barrett Jones, Chris totaled Jane's Addiction (bass), Drew Hester (percussion), and buskers and supporters of Asheville-based street performances, totaling the Lady.

This footage also features additional solos from Kurstin and guitarist Falkner and Johannes.

Watch the full video Play below:

Play is the first preview of Warren Haynes' upcoming release, The Benefit Concert Volume 20, a live album that collects highlights from 30th Annual Christmas Jam, and will feature a number of guests including the rock soup band from Haynes, Gov't. Mule, country singer Eric Church, Joe Bonamassa, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, and many more.

The Benefit Concert Volume 20 will be digitally released on December 8 in various physical formats: four different color 2-LP disk volumes, 2-CD-plus-bark packages, or 3-CD-2-Blu-Ray packaging. The album can be ordered first through the official Haynes website.

The English, Chinese, Japanese, Arabic, and French versions are automatically generated by the AI. So there may still be inaccuracies in translating, please always see Indonesian as our main language. (system supported by DigitalSiber.id)