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Linkin Park Tribute Chester Bennington With 'Looking For An Answer'

(Radio.com) During Saturday's emotional tribute concert for Chester Bennington, Linkin Park and guests played some old favorites like "I Miss You" and "What I've Done." During the show at L.A.'s Hollywood Bowl, bandmate Mike Shinoda also debuted "Looking for an Answer," a new track dedicated to Bennington's memory.

The Linkin Park frontman, 41, took his own life in July. "There's an emptiness tonight / A hole that wasn't there before," the song opens. "And I keep reaching for the light / But I can't find it anymore."

Shinoda played the song solo sitting at a keyboard. The simple melody and elegant arrangement made for one of the night's most emotional moments. "Is there sunshine where you are? / The way there was when you were here / 'Cause I'm just sitting in the dark / In disbelief that this is real." Read more and watch Shinoda perform "Looking for an Answer" here.


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