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Watch: QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE Share Rare Livestream To Mark Bataclan Terror Attack

Queens of the Stone Age have posted a special concert to raise funds to benefit those impacted by the terror attack at the Bataclan venue in Paris, France, during an Eagles of Death Metal show. 89 lives were lost in that senseless attack.

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The footage comes from the Mona Museum in Tasmania, in aid for Life For Paris charities and the Nick Alexander Memorial Trust. If you enjoy the stream, please consider donating.

Nick Alexander was the band merch manager killed during the attack, while he was trying to help people escape. The trust “continues Nick’s music-loving legacy by providing instruments and music equipment for disadvantaged communities across the UK”.

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