Linkin Park singer/guitarist Mike Shinoda played his first solo show on Saturday at the KROQ Weenie Roast in Los Angeles.
Shinoda mashed up some Linkin Park songs along with his solo material, singing some of Chester Bennington’s parts from songs such as “Bleed It Out” and “In The End”, which he played on piano and let the fans sing most of Chester’s vocal parts, though at times he came in and sang his parts. Watch the full set below.
01. Welcome 0:00 02. Good Goodbye/Bleed It Out 3:30 03. About You 6:38 04. Over Again/Papercut 9:40 05. In The End (Piano Version) 15:56 06. Waiting For The End/Where’d You Go 20:07 07. Crossing A Line 23:57 08. Remember The Name 28:17
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