Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture has announced an all-star lineup of artists who will perform in honor of Alice In Chains.

Metallica, Duff McKagan, Korn, Corey Taylor, Ann Wilson and Nancy Wilson are just a few of the rock stars set to deliver live performances.

“It feels truly special to receive the MoPOP Founders Award in our home town of Seattle,” said Alice In Chains founder Jerry Cantrell.

The rock band will be honored at the Museum of Pop Culture annual Founder Awards show on December 1.

In the wake of the pandemic, for the first time, the annual event will be moving from MoPOP’s Sky Church to an online platform, where it will be open to all.

“All proceeds raised through Founders Award will provide relief by allowing us to continue to serve our community, reach young people, and preserve our shared pop culture history during this difficult time,” MoPOP said in a statement.

Over the course of their remarkable career, Alice In Chains vocalist/guitarist Jerry Cantrell, drummer Sean Kinney, bassist Mike Inez and vocalist/guitarist William DuVall and late lead singer Layne Staley and bassist Mike Starr have sold more than 30 million albums worldwide.

One of the most successful and influential American rock bands of all time, Alice in Chains toured to sold out audiences and earned multiple Grammy Award nominations.

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