Chester Bennington

While on tour in the UK Chester Bennington beautifully performed a cover of Adele’s ‘Rolling In The Deep’ for the crowd and they absolutely loved it.


Remembering Chester Bennington means looking back at some of the most outstanding performances he gave during his lifetime. His powerful vocals were iconic, one of the more popular vocal performances was on the Transformers soundtrack singing ‘What I’ve Done’

From there Linkin Park and Chester’s vocals became synonymous with the Transformers movies. While studio tracks and albums were filled with talent, nothing could quite compare to the live performances.

Anyone that had seen the band live would be able to confirm the power and talent. Chester had a way of conveying real emotion in his music. His vocal range was immense and flexible.

During a performance at the iTunes Festival in 2011 Chester and Mike Shinoda, on piano, performed the cover of Adele’s popular song and did it justice. He thanked her for writing such beautiful music. You can see the performance below.

Celebrities have been sharing their thoughts, condolences and memories of Chester on social media.

“Literally the most impressive talent I’ve seen live! Vocal Beast!” – Rihanna

“Chester was one of the kindest men I’ve had on my show. My heart breaks for his family and friends. He will be missed terribly.” – Jimmy Kimmel

“RIP Chester Bennington. This feels like a kick in the chest. My December has pulled me through many times. Depression is a real monster.” – Gabby Sidibe

Sources: YouTube
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