Metallica’s Kirk Hammett Reveals His Feelings About Playing Live First Time Since Coronavirus

The 57-year-old musician Kirk Hammett, known as the guitarist of the Metallica, has recently revealed his feelings about Metallica’s recent event titled ‘Helping Hands 2020’ and expressed his happiness.

On Saturday, November 14th, Metallica played a live acoustic pay-per-view streaming event for the first time ever worldwide. In the event titled ‘Helping Hands 2020,’ the band performed ‘Blackened,’ ‘Now That We’re Dead,’ ‘Nothing Else Matters,’ ‘The Unforgiven‘ and ‘All Within My Hands,’ which was assisted by Castor Hetfield and Layne Ulrich, sons of James and Lars.

Lately, Kirk Hammett has shared an Instagram post to share his feelings. He stated about the show they’ve played that it was fantastic to communicate with fans and play live once again.

“So happy to have so many of you join us this weekend for #helpinghands2020,” Kirk Hammett captioned. “It was fantastic playing again! Especially for the #metallicafamily @metallica @allwithinmyhandsfoundation #metallicamonday.”

Under the post, people expressed their love for Kirk Hammett. While a follower writes, “Kirk you’re awesome,” another fan wrote, “It was amazing Kirk.”

You can see the photo shared by Kirk Hammett below.

photo: Kirk Hammett/INSTAGRAM

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