Chris Pine paid a go to to Jimmy Kimmel Live!, reminisced about attending his first rock concert events and a center college band he had along with his academics, plus showcased some rap expertise on Thursday evening (Jan. 24).
After mentioning seeing host Jimmy Kimmel at the Chris Cornell tribute live performance on Jan. 16, the actor talked about a few of his first stay live performance experiences. “My second live performance, once I was 13, was Metallica, [Guns N’ Roses], and Motörhead on the Rose Bowl,” Pine recalled. “My first live performance [was] Faith No More, Kyuss and Babes in Toyland, with my father. I used to be 12.”
Pine then shared an entertaining story of a center college band he had, which was made up of his math trainer on the saxophone, his english trainer on the guitar, and Pine because the frontman. The California native then talked about their attention-grabbing setlist.
“Maybe probably the most acceptable for highschool, we began with ‘Brown Sugar’ by The Stones. It was a jewish liberal college within the valley,” he laughed. “Then we adopted that with — at a city corridor assembly, 10:15 within the morning center college and highschool — I sang ‘Let’s Get it On.’”
A chuckling Kimmel requested Pine if he was even conscious of the lyrics at that age, to which Pine stated no, however that wasn’t essential. “I used to be simply excited that my voice was that prime that I might hit these notes — or assume I might hit these notes,” he joked.
Finally, Kimmel tasked Pine about the primary tune he ever actually realized, which led to the actor rapping a few of what he known as have been the “implausible lyrics” of “Ice, Ice Baby” by Vanilla Ice.