As OneRepublic continues their Honda Civic Tour across North America, the pop-rock band will be making a pit stop at Good Morning America on Friday morning for a special appearance on the morning show’s Summer Concert Series. And in addition to performing their own hits, Ryan Tedder and Co. will be paying tribute to Chester Bennington and Chris Cornell, who both recently died and left the rock world far too soon.
Linkin Park was scheduled to perform in New York City’s Central Park that morning, but with the recent death of Bennington, the band’s singer, OneRepublic will fill in — something Tedder admits won’t be easy. “I think it’s heavy to be doing what we’re doing,” the OneRepublic singer tells Billboard. “For me, I’m trying not to think about it until we do it.”
Linkin Park was originally set to perform on the August 4 “Good Morning America.”
Following the death of vocalist Chester Bennington, that performance was obviously canceled.
The August 4 “GMA” will instead feature a tribute performance by OneRepublic. The Ryan Tedder-fronted band will pay tribute to Bennington as well as the late Chris Cornell during the “Summer Concert Series” performance.
Wikipedia says that Feel Again
is a song recorded by American rock band OneRepublic for their third studio album Native (2013)
was released to iTunes on August 27, 2012.
But it took almost 4 months for it to be released. Here’s some steps of this “journey”.
When we first heard of Feel Again:
Champagne Supernova is a cover of Oasis that was released on 25/07 on Spotify. OneRepublic recorded it in April at Abbey Road Studios.