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Coldplay performs intimate show at Royce Hall

By Agnijita Kumar

May 19, 2014 11:19 pm

Dan Rothman played the electric guitar during London Grammar's Monday night performance.

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Dominic 'Dot' Major's contribution to London Grammar includes playing the keyboard, djembe and drums for the band.

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London Grammar's 30-minute set before Coldplay included "Strong," one of the band's singles.

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Hannah Reid sang vocals as part of London Grammar's opening performance for Coldplay.

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Coldplay's lead singer Chris Martin played the piano during the opening of the performance.

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Guy Berryman played the base guitar during Coldplay's Monday night performance at Royce Hall.

(Agnijita Kumar/Daily Bruin)

Coldplay's second song of the night was "Charlie Brown," a song off its fifth studio album.

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Drummer Will Champion performed Monday, the day Ghost Stories, the band's sixth album was released.

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Chris Martin compounded lead vocals with performances on the guitar and piano.

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