photos by Chris La Putt
Iggy Pop with New Order // Sufjan Stevens with The National
The 24th Annual Tibet House US Benefit Concert took place at Carnegie Hall last night (3/11) with Patti Smith, New Order, Iggy Pop, The National, Sufjan Stevens, Robert Randolph, Philip Glass, Nico Muhly, and many more.
As always, the night featured many collaborations--Iggy Pop with New Order, Sufjan Stevens with The National, Nico Muhly with Philip Glass, and so on. Headliner Patti Smith also paid tribute to the late Lou Reed by covering Transformer's "Perfect Day." Video footage of Iggy Pop and New Order playing Joy Division's "Love Will Tear Us Apart," "Transmission," and NO's own "Californian Grass" are in this post. UPDATE: Footage of The National and Sufjan Stevens performing "Vanderlyle Crybaby Geeks," "This Is the Last Time," and "I Need My Girl" can also be found below.
More pictures, those videos, and the full Tibet House US 24th Annual Benefit setlist lie after the jump...
Robert Thurman of Tibet House
Iggy Pop and New Order
New Order // Iggy Pop - "Love Will Tear Us Apart"
New Order // Iggy Pop - "Transmission"
New Order // Iggy Pop - "Californian Grass"
The National // Sufjan Stevens - "Vanderlyle Crybaby Geeks"
The National // Sufjan Stevens - "This Is the Last Time"
The National // Sufjan Stevens - "I Need My Girl"
Tibet House US 24th Annual Benefit Setlist:
Robert Randolph - Bo Diddley in A
Robert Randolph - I'm Going Down
The National - I Need My Girl
The National - This is the Last Time
The National - Vanderlyle Crybaby Geeks
Sufjan Stevens - Planetarium
Sufjan Stevens - Neptune
Nico Muhly & Philip Glass - The Chase
Tim Fain & Philip Glass - France
Tim Fain & Philip Glass - The Pendulum
Techung - Khamlu
Techung - Jungu
New Order - St. Anthony
New Order - California Grass
New Order - Transmission
New Order - Love Will Tear Us Apart
Iggy Pop - Sister Midnight
Iggy Pop - Nightclubbing
Iggy Pop - Mishima November 25th
Patti Smith - Perfect Day
Patti Smith - New Foal
Patti Smith - Horses
Ensemble - People Have the Power