Coldplay treated fans in Pasadena, California to something special on Friday, Oct. 6.
The British rock band paid tribute to legendary rocker Tom Petty, who passed away on Oct. 2 at just 66-years-old.
Honouring Petty with a cover of “Free Fallin'”, Coldplay couldn’t do it alone. Enter “The Late Late Show” host James Corden, who surprised fans with an onstage appearance.
Coldplay frontman Chris Martin introduced Corden as his “harmonizing brother in arms.” The two previously performed together on the same stage in honour of Prince and on Corden’s upbeat “Carpool Karaoke” skit.
The band also paid their respects to Petty alongside REM guitarist Peter Buck last week.
Coldplay is currently delighting fans on the final leg of their “A Head Full of Dreams” world tour, wrapping up in Argentina on Nov. 15.