Metallica gave a charity concert in Los Angeles

Metallica gave a charity concert in Los Angeles

The Metallica band held a charity concert in Los Angeles, which helped raise $1.3 million for All Within My Hands, Rolling Stone reported.

As it is noted, this fund directs money to support the hungry and to develop education for workers. At the same time, part of the money will be transferred to fight a new coronavirus infection.

The musicians have played eight acoustic songs as well as six electronic songs. The first part included covers of Deep Purple, Bob Seeger, as well as acoustic versions of the songs Blackened and Now that we’re dead.

During the show, the team’s frontman James Hatfield thanked the audience. According to the musician, the help of every fan is very important.