Jelly Roll Joins Limp Bizkit On Stage To Cover The Who

Country superstar Jelly Roll joined nu-metal legends Limp Bizkit on stage at Welcome To Rockville in Daytona Beach over the weekend. They teamed up for a rousing cover of The Who classic, “Behind Blue Eyes. Both Jelly Roll and Limp Bizkit appeared on their own during the festival, but during Bizkit’s set frontman Fred Durst pleaded with the crowd, “I need an angel to come out here and save me. Drop something from the sky. I don’t care what it is, drop anything, please sweet angel. Save your brother Freddy D!”

Jelly Roll then joined the band on stage and delivered the song’s impassioned second verse. This is the second unexpected musical collaboration of late for Jelly Roll, following his surprise pairing with T-Pain at the recent Stagecoach Festival. (Rolling Stone)