Listen to Miley Cyrus sing a classic by Pink Floyd

LOS ANGELES (united States).- The singer and former Disney star, Miley Cyrus performed an acoustic version of the classic Pink Floyd “Wish You Were Here”. This interpretation arose as a guest music in the last episode of Saturday Night Live at Home.

Sitting next to a campfire that gave a red glow to the performance, Cyrus and his guitarist Andrew Watt, who previously revealed that he gave a positive COVID-19, gave a faithful interpretation of the simple of 1975, with the singer harmonizing along with the riff at the end of the song. It was a subtly special for fans of the interpreter of Hannah Montana.

However, this is not the first time that Miley Cyrus tackles a classic of Pink Floyd live. In September of 2019, during his participation in the Music Festival, iHeartRadio Las Vegas, the artist added “Comfortably Numb” by the band, and “Black Dog” by Led Zeppelin, to your list of songs.

The performance of “Wish You Were Here” is the second time that SNL at Home recruits an artist to interpret an acoustic version of a rock song classic. During the last episode, it was Chris Martin of Coldplay, who covered “Shelter From the Storm ” by Bob Dylan.

Other projects of Miley Cyrus

On the other hand, Miley is also focusing on the new program of interviews in Instagram Live, Bright Minded: Live With Miley, that began in his first days in quarantine a couple of weeks ago. In this space, other personalities like Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato have confessed intimate details of your life.

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