Watch Chris Hillman perform Tom Petty’s “Wildflowers”

Hillman's album Bidin' My Time was one of the last projects Petty worked on before his death

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Chris Hillman‘s October 2017 concert at The Troubadour in Los Angeles became a tribute of sorts to his friend Tom Petty, who died a few weeks earlier. Watch Hillman and his band perform Petty’s “Wildflowers” at the show:

Hillman‘s version of “Wildflowers” appeared on his 2017 album Bidin’ My Time, which Petty produced. It was one of the last projects Petty worked on before his death.

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