Music For Relief, the non-profit organization Linkin Park founded in 2005, has launched the One More Light Fund in honor of Chester Bennington. Released on their debut album "Hybrid Theory", it was produced by Don Gilmore and won a Grammy for Best Hard Rock Performance.
A giant mural depicting late Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington has been revealed on the side of a local pizzeria near a freeway in Los Angeles, California. "Captioned "#RIPChester", the image features memorials created by fans all over the world in Bennington's honor. One of the songs in this album is the titled "Good Goodbye", lyrics that could be taken as the final farewell of the singer.
"You know artists are prone to being a little destructive, whether you are an actor or singer or visual artist".
"It was unfortunate. I spoke from a broken heart, a shattered heart, devastation and grief".
Chester was married to Talinda Bentley and had six children, three of them from a previous marriage.
"I know that a lot of the lyrics were dark because of the area the music is in, but knowing these guys, they're [sic] nothing like that", he said.
"My babies are so young to have lost their daddy".