Watch Lars Ulrich’s sons play the concert in Taipei Houston during Metallica’s ‘San Francisco Takeover’

Watch LARS ULRICH's Sons Play TAIPEI HOUSTON Concert During METALLICA's 'San Francisco Takeover'

TAIPEI HOUSTON, the new band with myles and Layne Ulrich, sons of METALLIC drummer Lars Ulrich, performed last night (Thurs, December 16) at the August Hall in San Francisco, California.

Fan-filmed video of the concert, which was part of a series METALLICCheck out the group’s 40th anniversary ‘San Francisco Takeover’ events below.

TAIPEI HOUSTON played its first show in September at Alex’s Bar in Long Beach, California.

Since membership Instagram in August, TAIPEI HOUSTON has already amassed 12,600 followers.

In April 2020, Lars posted a video of myles and Laynethe sizzling view of THE BEATLES classic “Eleanor Rigby”. At the time, he described their rendition to: rolling stone as “this insane, three minutes” BLUE CHEERcrazy garage rock version of “Eleanor Rigby”.

“Obviously there have been some incredible versions of it “Eleanor Rigby” down the road, but I’m pretty sure there’s never been one that had this kind of sound, this kind of feeling, this kind of energy and madness,” he said. “I was like, ‘You know what, guys ? You made me proud.'”

23 year old myles, who plays drums, has spent time at Berklee College Of Music, while the 20-year-old Layne, who plays bass and sings, attended NYU.

Lars had myles and Layne with ex-wife Skylar Satenstein. He also has a son, 14 years old Brycea, of “Gladiator” actress Connie Nielsen.

Lars and model Jessica Miller became engaged in July 2013 and married two years later. It’s the third marriage for Lars, who was previously married to Debbie Jones and satenstein.

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