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Chester Performs "In The End" For The Comedy Jam


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Update 09.01.2017:

Thanks to a representative of "The Comedy Jam", The Comedy Jam Band backing Chester and Awkwafina for this performance were:


Jay Golden - 7-String Electric Violin
Nick Liberatore - Drums
Joel Rutkowski - Bass
Randy Emata - Keyboards
Nick Quijano - Guitar


Keep your eye on Comedy Central around late March for a televised proshot recording of this performance.

Original post 07.01.2017:

A few hours ago, Chester Bennington has made a surprise appearance during the taping for the upcoming Comedy Central series called "The Comedy Jam" in The Fonda Theater to perform "In The End" with a group of yet-to-be identified comedians and musicians.

Short videos filmed from the audience: Watch | Watch | Watch


As CPlusComedy.com reported on December 20th: "Fans of The Goddamn Comedy Jam special that aired a few months ago on Comedy Central will surely like the subsequent series. The Comedy Jam (renamed for obvious reasons) will bring the live music/comedy show hybrid to the network for eight episodes Comedy Central said in a release. The special and show feature comedians telling personal stories and then having a song that relates to said story played and sang with a live band. Plus, you can be a part of the audience at the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood. Tickets for the performances (January 7, 8, 11, or 12) can be found here. The Comedy Jam is set to air in late March. Below is the awesome lineup. Plus, more will be announced in the coming months.

January 7
Jesse Tyler Ferguson
Bobby Lee
Hasan Minhaj
Mary Lynn Rajskub

Roy Wood Jr."

The show's description from 1iota.com reads: "This live TV taping will feature music-loving comedians and actors living out their fantasy of being a rockstar for a night. Don't miss your chance to check them out onstage at the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood. Limited free seats available for this 4 night intimate, musical and comedic experience".

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To me he sounds like he sang it in 2001, particularly the acoustic version at AAC 2001. Wow.

This performance at the Comedy Jam somehow reminded me of the transformers show in 2009:


He sounds really similar to this performance IMO.


Im really excited to see LP play live again. I think they needed this year off from touring, even though we didn't get any (full band) live performances, they made a good choice taking a year off. The guys are getting older, they need the rest. I also think their year off will improve their live shows, and make them more excited to play again.

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