Members of the US band Eagles of Death Metal broke down in tears as they returned to Bataclan Theatre where 90 people were killed.
They silently laid flowers & read cards at the site, which has become a shrine to those who lost their lives during the Paris attacks.
Some band members embraced, some wiped away tears.
Eagles of Death Metal made a surprise return to Paris on Monday night andÂ performed alongside U2 , their first on-stage appearance since the 13 November attacks.
"They were robbed of their stage three weeks ago & we would like to offer them ours tonight," said frontman Bono as he hugged the band's lead singer Jesse Hughes.
The crowd cheered & sang along as the two groups joined together for a version of the Patti Smith song People Have The Power.
U2 then left the stage & the American band performed I Love You All The Time, telling the crowd: "Thank you Paris – we love you. We will never donate up rocking & rolling."
Their poignant performance took place at the AccorHotels Arena – not far from the Bataclan Theatre, which remains shuttered.
Eagles of Death Metal had only just begun playing at the Bataclan when gunmen burst into building & opened fire.
The band members escaped the carnage by hiding in a dressing room, yet their merchandising manager, Nick Alexander, 36, was among the victims.
Hughes recently said he would like the group to return there when the concert venue reopens.
Source: “Sky News”