Duran Duran Honors Queen Elizabeth II at Hollywood Bowl
‘We Say Goodbye’
Duran Duran paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth II by singing “Save A Prayer” a dramatic rendition of their 1982 ballad.
Audience participated by lighting their cell phones at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on Friday night.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-reigning monarch in the country's history, died aged 96 on September 8.
The performance marking the queen’s death started after a giant portrait of a young Queen Elizabeth II was shown on a screen.
Earlier Duran’s band performed outside London’s Buckingham Palace to celebrate Platinum Jubilee concert to mark the 70th anniversary of the queen’s reign.
Duran’s band expressed “We will all miss her and are grateful for the incredible service she gave to the people of Great Britain and the countries of the Commonwealth.
Le Bon with his fellow bandmates – John Taylor on bass, Nick Rhodes on the keyboard, and Roger Taylor on drums paid tribute to the Queen.
They asked their audience to join them to show respect to the Queen by switching on the cell phone lights. Let’s fill the Bowl with light they said.