Bruce Springsteen and Chris Martin join U2 for World AIDS Day Concert

Chris Martin of Coldplay and Bruce Springsteen took the vocals of U2 in a free concert last night. The show took place in Times Square in New York and marked the International Day to combat AIDS (December 1). The new candidates were called because Bono still be unable to perform live after suffering a bicycle accident recently.

Martin opened the concert and sang "Beautiful Day" and "With Or Without You". Soon after it was the turn of Carrie Underwood, she performed "Change "and"Something In The Water".

Rapper Kanye West continued the show, singing several of his hits in the form of medley. Among others, were heard "Power (feat. Dwele)","Black Skinhead" and "Stronger".

Finally the U2 returned to the stage, this time accompanied by Bruce Springsteen who sang with them the classic "Where The Streets Have No Name" and "I Still Have not Found What I'm Looking For".

Check out the full show below: