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Watch: U2, Coldplay, Killers Collaborate Onstage

Three of rock's biggest frontmen perform together in London for charity. Click here for the video!

By: Larry Fitzmaurice // February 23, 2009

Coldplay’s Chris Martin, U2’s Bono, and the Killers’ Brandon Flowers sharing one stage — talk about a dream collaboration!

At a London benefit concert for the War Child charity last Wednesday, that dream became reality as Martin and Bono joined the Killers onstage for a rendition “All These Things I’ve Done,” a tune off the Las Vegas quartet’s 2002 debut Hot Fuss.

Below, watch video of the famous frontmen performing onstage together. The quality isn’t perfect, but the performance is stellar — and check out Flowers’ crack at Coldplay’s recent copyright woes in the beginning of the video.

Heroes, Vol. 1a compilation album benefiting War Child that features acts like Beck, TV on the Radio, and Lily Allen covering classics from artists like Bob Dylan, David Bowie, and the Clash — drops in U.S. retail outlets tomorrow. Hear the Hold Steady’s cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “Atlantic City” here, and stream the whole album here.

Watch:The Killers, Coldplay and Bono, “All These Things That I’ve Done”