By Dylan Kickham
February 09, 2016 at 06:16 PM EST
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Since David Bowie’s death last month, the legendary rock star has been honored by everyone from Amanda Palmer to Bernie Sanders, and on Monday, actors Ewan McGregor and Gary Oldman and singer Seal added their names to the list of celebrities paying their respects to late performer.

McGregor, Oldman, and Seal were among the artists to appear on stage at Monday’s “Celebrating David Bowie” benefit concert at the Roxy in Los Angeles. McGregor took on “Heroes,” which he previously performed as part of the “Elephant Love Medley” when he starred in 2001’s Moulin Rouge!.

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Also at the concert was Mike Garson, a pianist who frequently worked with Bowie. Garson performed his piano solo from “Aladdin Sane” for the first time in two decades, he said. Then, Garson welcomed Seal to the stage to sing a rendition of “Bring Me the Disco King.”

Finally, Oldman took center stage and channeled Bowie in a performance of “The Man Who Sold the World.”

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