London, Feb 20 (ANI): Brit rock band Coldplay and American rock band The Killers staged an all-star gig on February 18 night, with Bono and Take That frontman Gary Barlow making a surprise appearance at the one-off charity concert.
Coldplay and The Killers' frontman Brandon Flowers had performed at the Brit Awards at London's Earl's Court earlier in the evening, and they had to hurry across the U.K. capital to make it to the War Child charity event at The O2 Shepherds Bush Empire.
The two bands performed for 2000 fans, by putting on a selection of their own hits, and the crowd grew wilder when their guests joined them on stage.
"This is going to be the best encore you've ever seen," the Daily Star quoted Coldplay frontman Chris Martin as saying before he introduced arlow and U2's Bono to the stage.
Martin and Barlow duetted on Take That classic 'Back for Good' before Bono and Flowers came out to join the pair on The Killers' 2005 hit 'All These Things That I've Done'. (ANI)