The Game Of Thrones Theme Song

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An evening pause: Don’t ask me, I’ve never seen the show, but the guitar work here is fun to watch.

Hat tip Cotour.


One comment

  • Dick Eagleson

    Interesting. I do watch Game of Thrones so I’m quite familiar with the theme music.

    The Composer, Ramin Djawadi, is in the last chair on the right end of the line of guitarists. The guy in the Blue L.A. Dodgers baseball cap is Brad Paisley, a very well-known Country-Western singer-songwriter. The others are not familiar names to me though I’ve heard of one of two of their associated groups. The bald guy with the billy goat beard is a member of the heavy metal rock group Anthrax. Nice jam.

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