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Watch Limp Bizkit and Jelly Roll cover The Who at Welcome To Rockville

Limp Bizkit and Jelly Roll joined forces at Welcome To Rockville this weekend to perform a version of The Who’s ‘Behind Blue Eyes’ – check out footage below. 

Limp Bizkit are one of the headliners of this year’s edition of the Daytona Beach, Florida festival, alongside Foo FightersSlipknot and Motley Crue. Other acts on the bill include Judas PriestGreta Van FleetQueens of the Stone AgeSum 41DisturbedPrimus and Anthrax

During the nu-metal band’s Friday night performance, they were joined by the country star for a cover of The Who’s 1971 track, which Limp Bizkit recorded for their fourth album ‘Results May Vary’ in 2003.  

Watch the performance here: 

Welcome To Rockville was hit with negative headlines when Scowl announced they were pulling out of playing the festival, due to the US Army’s sponsorship of the event.  

“We will not be performing at this year’s Welcome To Rockville Festival in Daytona Beach, FL due to the US Army’s Sponsorship of the event,” the band wrote in a post on X. 

In other Limp Bikit news, 7-Eleven recently announced a new range of hot dog-flavoured sparkling water. Although there is apparently no affiliation with the band’s 2000 album ‘Chocolate Starfish And The Hot Dog Flavored Water’, it didn’t stop their fans having a say. 

One wrote: “I would try it” while another added: “This is a no for me but I’m sure that Limp Bizkit is thrilled.” 

“Hot dog flavored water at 7 eleven. Limp Bizkit already had that copyrighted,” another user added. 

The band’s frontman Fred Durst and Smashing Pumpkins’ Billy Corgan were also recently announced as the hosts of new shows on Bill Maher’s podcast network

Flavor Flav, meanwhile, showed his support for Jelly Roll after the singer left social media due to being bullied and body-shamed

Jelly Roll also made headlines last year for his emotive plea to US Congress in regards to passing anti-fentanyl legislation. Roll called for the legislative body to “stand up and do more as fast as we possibly can.” 

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