Chester Bennington's death certificate released as Linkin Park singer honored with 3 tributes

>> Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington remembered in funeral service

Linkin Park first paid tribute to their fallen bandmate by sharing a collage of fan artwork on social media. Captioned “#RIPChester,” the image features memorials created by fans all over the world in Bennington’s honor.

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On Tuesday, Coldplay’s Chris Martin honored the late singer by performing a solo rendition of Linkin Park’s hit song “Crawling," Rolling Stone reported. He dedicated the performance, which took place during their tour-opening concert, to “anyone who’s missing someone.”

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Lastly, Never painted a 20-foot mural dedicated to Bennington because he “thought it would be good for something.” The artwork, which can be seen on the 101 freeway northbound near Coldwater Canyon Avenue in California, features the late singer shirtless with a smile on his face.

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“When I heard Chester died, I immediately thought of that wall because I knew some of the band members lived in the Valley,” Never told "Entertainment Tonight." “I just texted [the restaurant owner] Jim [Connors] and offered to do it for free because it was the right thing to do.”

>> See the mural here

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