Hear Alice in Chains’ historic performance atop Seattle’s Space Needle

Fresh off the release of their new album RAINIER FOG (BMG), multi-platinum rock band ALICE IN CHAINS gave a historic, acoustic performance for SiriusXM atop Seattle’s iconic Space Needle.

The quartet — vocalist/guitarist Jerry Cantrell, vocalist/guitarist William DuVall, bassist Mike Inez and drummer Sean Kinney — were the first band ever to perform on the Space Needle’s brand-new “Loupe,” the world’s first and only revolving glass floor located 500 feet in the air.

Hear the exclusive performance Friday, Aug. 31 at 5 pm ET on Lithium (Ch. 34) with replays Aug. 31 at 8 pm ET; Sept. 1 at 9 am & 6 pm ET; Sept. 2 at 7 am & 4 pm ET; Sept. 3 at 12 am, 11 am & 10 pm ET; Sept. 4 at 6 am ET; Sept. 5 at 1 pm ET; Sept. 6 at 5 pm ET; Sept. 7 at 10 am ET; Sept. 8 at 3 pm ET. It will also be available On Demand via satellite and through the SiriusXM app on smartphones and other connected devices, as well as online at siriusxm.com.

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Backstage at the Carolina Rebellion music festival earlier this year, Jerry Cantrell talked with SiriusXM host Grant Random about how one of their new singles, “The One You Know”, was inspired by David Bowie.

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