Wayne Coyne and Philip Glass Talk Bowie, Beatles, Tibet House Memories

How do you get to Carnegie Hall? One smart way is to play the annual Tibet House U.S. Benefit Concert, which composer Philip Glass has been curating at the iconic venue for the past 25 years, with an emphasis on surprising one-shot collaborations. The March 5th event will once again throw together some of Glass’s New York pals – including Patti Smith, Laurie Anderson and Debbie Harry – with hinterland visitors such as country rocker Sturgill Simpson, Tibetan singer Tenzin Choegyal, Cape Breton fiddler Ashley MacIsaac and the Flaming Lips, the last of whom previously played the benefit in 2011. Read more at Rolling Stone…

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