Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda Debuts New Song In Honour Of Chester Bennington

Linkin Park To Play Chester Bennington Tribute Concert Tonight at Hollywood Bowl

Linkin Park announced the tribute show back in September, marking the first time the band have performed since Bennington's unexpected death in July, after canceling their scheduled US tour and Japan appearances.

Linkin Park played a memorial gig in honour of late frontman Chester Bennington, which saw fans and the band deliver a stirring rendition of track In The End.

Alanis Morissette and the band's Mike Shinoda both performed new songs dedicated to Bennington, 41, who committed suicide in July, leaving behind left behind a wife and six children.

The concert was live-streamed and the band's social media used the hashtag #MakeChesterProud.

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

"Have I been lost all along/ Was there something I could say/ Or something I should have done". Artists including Metallica, Paul McCartney and Jared Leto also recorded video messages for Chester.

Linkin Park have paid tribute to Chester.

In the coming weeks, Talinda Bennington will be rolling out an initiative called 320, after Chester's birthday - March 20. "It is my mission to make it easier for people to have access to mental health resources". Blink-182, who were supposed to join Linkin Park for two shows on their summer tour, performed their song "I Miss You" and LP's "What I've Done".