Coldplay paid tribute to the late Amy Winehouse in a touching rendition of "Rehab," at the band's L.A. show on Wednesday.

During the band's encore, lead singer Chris Martin belted out the familiar chorus of Winehouse's number one hit, before starting the first notes of his own classic, "Fix You."

The show, held at the UCLA Tennis Center, raised money for the Grammy Foundation's Grammy in the Schools program. Two songs from the L.A. show were also broadcasted on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" later that evening.

The 90-minute set included five new songs off of Coldplay's new studio album, Billboard reports.

This is not the first time Coldplay has paid tribute to Winehouse, who passed away on July 23.

On Sunday, the band performed the same "Rehab" chorus at a show in Australia. Following the set, Coldplay took to their Web site to comment on Winehouse's death.

"Fix you brought us from the celebration of birth to the acknowledgement of a tragic death. There's little that can be said about Amy Winehouse's passing that hasn't already been said. It's just such a sad waste," the band wrote.

Coldplay has yet to name their upcoming album, and have not announced a release date. The band's last studio album, 2008's "Viva la Vida," has sold more than 9 million copies worldwide.

Coldplay headlines this year's Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago, along with Eminem, Muse and the Foo Fighters. The festival kicks off Aug. 5.