Lou Reed and Metallica discuss their new collaboration at Bowers & Wilkins event

Lou Reed and Metallica discuss their new collaborative album, Lulu, at an invite-only Bowers & Wilkins Sound Session.

Sound Sessions are regular events which offer fans access to VIP-only listening events with their favourite artists while experiencing the music through Bowers & Wilkins speakers, Zeppelin Air iPod docks and P5 headphones.

You can see photographs from the event on our Facebook page.

 

1 Comment

  • handrew says:

    Hi
    James hadfield from Métalica,it ‘s andrew, I saw you in québec city last summer in resto for a ice cream time
    before your show last 16 juillet ,tanks again for generosité et four hostpitality.
    Tanks, no arms and I hope you see you and speak to also.
    Regards,
    Québec City

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