Linkin Park cancels Phoenix show, tour after lead singer's death

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Following the death of lead singer Chester Bennington Thursday, Linkin Park today canceled its upcoming tour, which was to include an Oklahoma City show. In 2005, the album was certified as the decade's best-selling debut album and their subsequent studio albums made the band one of the most highly recognized artists in the world. FILE - In this Dec. 13, 2014 file photo, Chester Bennington poses in the press room at the 25th annual KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas in Inglewood, Calif. The Los Angeles County coroner says Bennington, who so.

Bennington had been quite public about his struggles with drugs, alcohol and depression, as well as abuse he experienced as a child.

Linkin Park live onstage at The O2 Arena, London, as part of their One More Light Tour. He died yesterday at the age of 41. "I lost a friend. and this was one of his favorite songs. Be with his wife and kids with your grace during this difficult time".

"I am heartbroken you do not know what someone's going through serious", he added. According to the report, Bennington's death was caused by suicide. "I pray you find peace in the next life".

After the singer committed suicide on Thursday (20Jul17), sales of the band's back catalogue went up by a staggering 5,332 per cent in the U.S. alone. He cares about the elderly person in the last moments of their life and that newborn and everyone in between. The tour was due to start on 27 July in Mansfield, Massachusetts, and finish on 22 July at the Los Angeles' Staples Centre. I woke up with Rocky Raccoon playing in my head and a concerned look on my wife's face. "No one wants that to happen to you and honestly, I don't remember when it started". "We are deeply saddened by the death of Chester Bennington".

Eventually, Welch half-backtracked on his statement and posted a separate message saying, "I didn't mean to sound insensitive about Chester".

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