Bringing out classroom instruments isn’t anything new for the Tonight Show. It’s always funny to see who Jimmy Fallon will welcome into the musical skit. Last night’s showing brought heavy metal band Metallica to the stage for an epic performance of their 1991 hit “Enter Sandman.” James Hetfield on lead vocals, also sporting a small horn, Lars Ulrich making use of a tiny bongo drum, Jimmy Fallon and the entire Roots crew squeezed themselves into the Music Room – sporting Metallica, Tonight Show, and Roots t-shirts for the acoustic jam.Watch the classroom instrument performance of “Enter Sandman” below:Last night’s episode came after some surprising news from Napster, announcing that Metallica’s new album Hardwired…To Self-Destruct will become available on the streaming service later this week. Previous relationships between Metallica and Napster stirred a landmark case for the music industry, when a song by Metallica was illegally downloaded and saw radio time ahead of its official release. The case was ugly, but has evidently been settled on better terms. Read more here.Metallica’s new album, Hardwired…To Self-Destruct, is being rolled via various platforms this week, with the official release set for this Friday, November 18th.
The 34-year-old Toure has agreed a one-year deal, according to reports, while Wisdom has signed a “long-term” contract, the Reds have announced. A statement on liverpoolfc.com read: “Liverpool FC are pleased to announce Kolo Toure has signed an extension to his contract with the club. Defenders Kolo Toure and Andre Wisdom have signed contract extensions to remain at Liverpool. “The centre-back will remain with the Reds after putting pen to paper on the new deal.” Former Arsenal and Manchester City defender Toure made 21 appearances in all competitions during the recently completed 2014/15 season, while Wisdom has made 22 first-team appearances since making his debut in September 2012. Wisdom made 24 Premier League appearances on loan at West Brom this season. Press Association
Kilkenny have secured a one point win over Tipp in a pulsating game in Nowlan park today, on a 2-22 to 2-21 scoreline.The game was thrilling throughout between the two old rivals-with Tipp displaying a fantastic effort in the forth round of the Alliance hurling leagueMichael Breen managed to slam home two almost successive goals for Tipp in the second half, but Kilkenny managed to edge ahead as the full time whistle approached. Photo © Tipp FM Richie Leahy slipped in a late point with just a minute of added time to play to seal the win for Kilkenny.Tipp Manager Michael Ryan says they are going home today with a stronger squad: