Updated: 20th April 2018

The National singer joined the ‘Game of Thrones’ concert tour to perform ‘Rains of Castamere’


For more than a month now, Game of Thrones composer Ramin Djawadi has been traveling across the U.S. and Canada as part of a 28-city Game of Thrones concert tour. While he has a small group of musicians who travel with him along with a new orchestra every night, a recent show featured a special guest whose voice many fans will recognize.

During many of the concerts, Djawadi and his orchestra performed The Rains of Castamere with Stevvi Alexander on vocals, before airing the Red Wedding scene in its entirety. But at his Las Vegas stop the Nationals Matt Berningerwhose rendition of the Lannister tune played during the credits of season 2s Blackwatercame to the stage. Berningers version struck a chord back then as it played in the backdrop of the Lannisters victory, warning us of what the Lannisters were capable of, and its just as haunting even now.

Hes not the only guest singer who came out to perform The Rains of Castamere. A few days ago, System of a Downs Serj Tankian took the stage.

Croon as they might, Berninger and Tankian are at least uninvolved in the bloodshed aheadunlike a certain Coldplay drummer.

H/T Vulture

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