Eagles of Death Metal Play Surprise Paris Gig on Bataclan Anniversary

Remigio Civitarese
Novembre 14, 2017

The band offered a surprise performance Monday (Nov. 13), playing a cover of Duran Duran's "Save a Prayer" and their own song "I Love You All the Time".

Singer Jesse Hughes paid tribute to Mr Alexander, who was the band's merchandise manager. "We watched people give their lives for their friends and we were able to bear witness to that, and now we have a burden of responsibility to make certain that everyone knows that kind of love exists in this world".

The incident at the Bataclan venue was part of a series of co-ordinated attacks across Paris, leaving a total of 130 dead.

Hughes has had quite a tumultuous year in the media, and was apparently turned down to the re-opening of the Bataclan suggesting that the security guards were "in on the attack" and allegedly said he saw "Muslims celebrating in the street during the attack". Audience members released brightly coloured balloons in memory of those who lost their lives.

He subsequently apologised for his remarks, and this year brought his mother with him to remember the victims. Look at all this, surrounded by love. I dont think that it gets any better than that.”. French news outlet Euronews reports Macron and Eagles of Death Metal frontman Jesse Hughes spoke and hugged outside the Bataclan, where family of the tragedy's victims gathered.

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