In the style of Westeros found the Tenacious D bandmate Kyle Gass and Co. of actor Jack Black under the name Valyrian Steel, also valyrischer Stahl, together to with an instrumental song that probably most famous Bastard of TV- and literary history, Jon Snow from „The Song of Ice and Fire“ a.k.a. „Game of Thrones“ to honor. The song originated from an event HBO, decided at the fans of the series about, who should sit on the Iron Throne in her opinion. As clear winner here went Jon Snow and the fan favorite and the Lady Bear Island Lyanna Mormont forth, which are now the Iron Throne must share. Musically Valyrian Steel alongside electric guitars throughout medieval flutes and use items from the „Game of Thrones“-Introsound. The ideal accompaniment so, Jon If ever climb the Iron Throne…
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