Former METALLICA Bassist JASON NEWSTED And His CHOPHOUSE BAND Play First Fully Electric Set At 'J-Town Jam' In Florida (Video)

Former METALLICA Bassist JASON NEWSTED And His CHOPHOUSE BAND Play First Fully Electric Set At 'J-Town Jam' In Florida (Video)

Former METALLICA bassist Jason Newsted and his CHOPHOUSE BAND played a fully electric setlist for the first time this past Saturday, October 5 as the headliners of the inaugural J-Town Jam, a musical benefit concert supporting Little Smiles and Little Kids Rock. Fan-filmed video footage of the performance can be seen below.

Named after Jason's four recording studio facilities around the U.S. and featuring a fluid roster of players, THE CHOPHOUSE BAND began in 1992 when Newsted founded The Chophouse Records Studio in San Francisco.

THE CHOPHOUSE BAND is led by Newsted, playing acoustic guitars and performing lead vocal, accompanied by 
close friends/musicians of all walks and styles, sharing some great American songs from familiar and unfamiliar heroes.

Jason left METALLICA back in 2001, but was inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, along with Lars Ulrich, James Hetfield, Kirk Hammett and the man who replaced him, bassist Robert Trujillo, in 2009.

Nearly six years ago, Jason shelved NEWSTED, the heavy metal project he operated between 2012 and 2014, saying that it cost him "an awful lot of money — hundreds of thousands of dollars." He added: "I couldn't continue because the business is such a harsh thing now and so different than what I had known."


Was sorry to hear that Jason Newsted had knee surgery and wondered how that would effect the music tonight over here at the Abacoa Amphitheater.

Check it out and you tell me......

Posted by Tom Priester on Saturday, October 5, 2019



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