Gary Clark Jr.'s 'Come Together' will be part of Lions-Vikings Thanksgiving Day opening ceremonies
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Blues artist Gary Clark Jr. recently released his smash rendition of The Beatles' "Come Together," and the hit single is the gift that keeps on giving this holiday season. Clark Jr.'s version has already reached No. 13 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Chart, and the singer will bring the hit song to Thursday's Thanksgiving Day NFL game between the Detroit Lions and Minnesota Vikings.

Running in conjunction with the "Justice League"-themed rivalry narration at the top of the program, "Come Together" will play as the movie's cast discusses the historic rivalry between both teams. The show will begin at 12:30 p.m. PT/ET. Starring Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot and Jason Mamoa, "Justice League" has grossed over $278 million worldwide since opening on Nov. 17. The cast will do voice-over work for the Thanksgiving Day game at Ford Field in Detroit prior to kickoff. 

"Come Together" will be released on vinyl on Nov. 24 in conjunction with Record Store Day's Black Friday. Clark Jr. will then perform the song on TBS's "Conan" on Dec. 12. Tune into TBS at 11 p.m. PT/ET to watch him and his band perform the distortion-heavy track. 

The Thanksgiving Day game will pen the 8-2 Vikings against the 6-4 Lions. The Vikings will bring a six-game winning streak with them to Detroit while the Lions have won their last three. The divisional game will be an important one for both teams as the Vikings look to create more space atop the NFC North. the two teams met during Week 5 in Minnesota, where the Lions took a 14-7 victory at U.S. Bank Stadium.