Sufjan Stevens was added to the 2017 Tibet House US benefit, happening March 16 at NYC's Carnegie Hall, which already had a pretty stacked lineup with Iggy Pop, Patti Smith, Laurie Anderson, and New Order members Bernard Sumner, Phil Cunningham and Tom Chapman (among others). The show celebrates artistic director Philip Glass' 80th birthday, and he also performs. Tickets are still available. Updated lineup below.

In other Sufjan news, he's scoring Luca Guadagnino’s upcoming indie film Call Me By Your Name, which is billed as a "gay love story" and is set to debut at Sundance this month.

Also, NYC's Shrine gallery will display the late Prophet Royal Robertson's work at the 2017 Outsider Art Fair, which takes place from January 19-22, including his drawing that was used in the artwork for Sufjan's 2010 album The Age of Adz. (Sufjan also called Robertson his "muse" for the album in general.) Here's that drawing (via Pitchfork):

Royal Robertson

Tibet House US benefit lineup
Philip Glass, Artistic Director
Sufjan Stevens
Laurie Anderson
Iggy Pop
New Order’s Bernard Sumner, Phil Cunningham, and Tom Chapman
Patti Smith and her Band
Tenzin Choegyal and Jesse Paris Smith
Scorchio Quartet
Lavinia Meijer

Honorary Chairpersons: Chuck Close, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Peter Sarsgaard and Arden Wohl

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