Stars Turn Out for Chester Bennington Tribute by Linkin Park


Linkin Park performed alongside dozens of other artists Friday night (Saturday NZT) at the Hollywood Bowl to honour the band's lead vocalist, Chester Bennington, who died in July.

The three hour show was called Linkin Park Celebrates Life in Honour of Chester Bennington and was led by Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda.

26p from each issue sold in the United Kingdom and online through goes straight to the One More Light fund, established in Chester's memory by Music For Relief, the charity he co-founded.

He shared: "I wrote something about eight days later, and I want to share it with you".

"I don't know what's gonna happen with this song", he said.

Mike Shinoda was able to complete his part of the song, but he needed a little the crowd filled in with Chester's bit.

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The entire night was a surreal experience, one the band streamed for free worldwide on their official YouTube channel.

"Have I been lost all along/ Was there something I could say/ Or something I should have done".

Throughout the show, Linkin Park played old videos of Bennington, showing his sense of humor and passion for music.

"He was incredibly proud of the work done for Music For Relief". And saving lives is exactly what we plan to do in Chester's memory.

Since his death, Chester's wife Talinda Bennington has been campaigning for mental health awareness. "It is my mission to make it easier for people to have access to mental health resources". More information as to what the initiative will do, Bennington said, will be coming "soon".

Blink-182, Avenged Sevenfold, Takahiro "Taka" Moriuchi of ONE OK ROCK, and Deryck Whibley were some of those who performed.