Monday night at New York City's Terminal 5, Jane's Addiction teamed with YouTube and LG for "the first 3-D user-generated concert event." Fans were armed with 3-D cameras, and the footage will be edited and posted on YouTube next weekfor users to view with 3-D glasses. But the band didn't just play to the cameras -- they delivered an intense, hour-long set that connected with the real fans on the floor, too. -- by Michael Tedder
Pictured: Dave Navarro, left, and Perry Farrell.
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