The Killers were among yesterday’s performers at the final day of the 2017 Voodoo Music + Arts Experience. The group was joined by NOLA-based ensemble The Dirty Dozen Brass Band to honor late local legend Fats Domino who passed away at the age of 89 last week.
The Killers brought out members of DDBB midway into the final headlining set held at City Park on Sunday. The guests backed frontman Brandon Flowers on a rendition of Domino’s “Ain’t That A Shame.” The Killers kept The Dirty Dozen Brass Band horns onstage for a subsequent horn-aided take on “Bones” off the 2006 Sam’s Town LP.
Watch audience-shot video captured by pwm112 of Flowers leading the tribute performance below:
The Killers at City Park
- Mr. Brightside
- Somebody Told Me
- The Way It Was
- Smile Like You Mean It
- The Man
- Run for Cover
- Ain't That a Shame
- For Reasons Unknown
- Read My Mind
- All These Things That I've Done
- Jenny Was a Friend of Mine
- When You Were Young
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